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Thread: Name of this kind om car-building in German?

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    Default Name of this kind om car-building in German?

    Hello.


    Im wondering what you call this kind of style that we see at Gti-treffen Wörthersee, MIVW etc? Low clean builds as a red thred you can say...

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    Could you post a pic of what youre meaning?

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    Yes

    Just two random-pics!





    Clean, low, wide rims and so on....

    And off-course it can look diffrent from car to car but I hope you understand!

    Maybe Eurostyle? No?
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    no sorry
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    It's generally just referred to as "Tief und Breit". Low and wide. Simple as that.

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    ok, but do you say.. - I run low and wide on my car if someone asks,.. when it looks like the pictures?

    Mvh

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    The style on the pictures, is born from the mid of the nineties, was from my glory years with vw´s, and call "clean style".
    "Tief und Breit" wide & deep style comes from the early to mid nineties and call about cars with bodykits.
    Like this one


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    Aha, Thanks. Clean style it it. Pretty simular to what we here say sometimes

    Thanks for the answer.

    //Viktor
    Last edited by ViktorSwe; 09-16-2015 at 04:41 AM.

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