Jesus wept when he saw this B8.5

Gazwould

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Shamefully R A T T E D !

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3 years old !

The Rotor alloys were in a terrible state .

You can see by the line on the bonnet it used to have a bonnet bra ( gimp mask )
 

Phill_

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Ozmosis

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Who knew the plastic headlamp washer cover could get rusty.

Why would you spend actual money and wrap a car like this???
 

gary_a4_quattro

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Each to their own I guess, but does absolutely nothin' for me :(
 

Saeed J Ghnaim

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That was my first thought when I saw the image. Now, enlarge the second image an look at the front bumper right below the headlight. There you find where the vinyl wrap ends and see a clean white bumper.

I see what you are talking about and it's plausible. It makes since. Probably a bad job where water got trapped under the wrap for a really long time. It's either that or God really hated the owner of this car


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Bugeye_bob

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Love it, Ive seen a few older VW`s etc rat`d and think they look great, bit weird to do it to such a new car but why not, it looks better the some of the **** lowering and mods some do, and then stretched tyres on some crappy alloys, if the owners has paid their hard earned, they are allowed to do with it what they wish,

Some people have those hideous tattoos, and thats on their own body . . .
 

feva

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Cool? May be fun :) Think of a prank: you wake up on your birthday morning and find you lovely car in this state while your friends record you on a hidden camera :wtf:
They'd be recording me smashing their faces in

We all like different stuff but that's another level. Suppose it would stop it being nicked via the obd port

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Saeed J Ghnaim

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Love it, Ive seen a few older VW`s etc rat`d and think they look great, bit weird to do it to such a new car but why not, it looks better the some of the **** lowering and mods some do, and then stretched tyres on some crappy alloys, if the owners has paid their hard earned, they are allowed to do with it what they wish,

Some people have those hideous tattoos, and thats on their own body . . .

It's his car and no one is judging him. But people may disagree with his choice. That doesn't mean he shouldn't do whatever he wants. Forums and blogs are there to engage with people and get their opinion. We can't shut people down just because it's not their car nor their property. For me personally I like a clean and sharp looking cars. No stance nor stock. Especially on audis I like sharp mods. Blackening the car with decent audi rims. Slightly lowered with proper tune. That's my ideal modded audi.


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gary_a4_quattro

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I see what you are talking about and it's plausible. It makes since. Probably a bad job where water got trapped under the wrap for a really long time. It's either that or God really hated the owner of this car
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@Saeed J Ghnaim I wouldn't imagine its the wrap that has caused the drastic deterioration - the wrap IS the deterioration - printed on a large format printer and then wrapped in usual technique.

It's certainly one to divide opinion ( and people say Marmite is a 'love it or hate it' taste !?! )
 

Lavis89

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definitely wrapped, there was a turquoise/rust T5 doing the rounds on facebook last year with a similar wrap
 

James.B8

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Pretty sure I've seen this exact car in Bristol on several occasions. It's definitely a wrap as it has some writing on it. Advertising I believe. And if you want to stand out then this is definitely the right way to go about it. Personally I'd never have a wrap like this myself
 

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Dippy

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In the old days when we used to have real policemen and women monitoring our roads I'd expect a car like that would attract a few stops to check that it's roadworthy!
 

wolfie138

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well it's obviously a wrap/PShop job - on the second pic they've done the headlight washer flap as an indicator light.
i don't know what a bonnet bra is, but it shouldn't have been anything causing that line in real life as the line doesn't go straight across the bonnet.
personally i think it's a cool bit of art and an interesting look, would look good ona more customised "Mad Max" type vehicle though.
 

Gazwould

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I wanted to hold out posting this until 1.4.17 but I'm not strong enough and I might not of got any bites , lol .

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I have no explanation of how it put rust spots on the tarmac road
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