White, a color that has so many meanings, but when it comes to cars, I shorten it down to three; purity, cleanliness, and sexiness.
Since my interest in cars, I've seen various brands/models, fixed up to the owners liking and resulting in a hate or like situation by others. It's either a crazy modded up ride or something just very simple.
This White Volkswagen, also known as the Rabbit S, is in that category of being simple but having all the three major aspects of having a white car.
It's not all about how many 'brand' products you have in or on your car to make it attractive.
The owner of today's VW, Jayson Pearce from SC, did a perfect job to make his car out-stand from all the other VW's.
Surprisingly, after seeing so many VW's on bags, I was amazed to see this one being static.
The overall drop and the wheel fitment are favorable.
Not too much camber going on, which is one of the best ways of making the ride look clean.
FK Silverline X's with no helper springs and no rear perch.
Autostrada Modena's 17x8.5 +18, 17x9.5 +28
Nardi steering wheel in white
Bride Low Max seats on Lowe's brackets
Rear seat delete carpeted in OEM carpet
Hardwood hatch floor
Euro OEM LED tail lights
BSH cold air intake
The tire stretch on the Autostrada Modena's are right on.
Bride seats in a VW? That's something you don't see too often, but I give the owner props for being unique.
An example of how a clean ride should look.
Thanks to Sid for sharing the photography and the ride.