We went to the 1.st Croatian Tuned Cars meet, which took place in two cities 400 km apart, at the same time – one in Zagreb and one in Imotski. It was basically a car meet / photo session opportunity for everybody who wants to show his pride and joy.
From what we heard, there were couple of other meets at the same weekend, so I guess it also affected the total amount of tuned vehicles. But nevertheless, there was something for everybody.
You probably came for the photos, so without further ado, here they are:
A nice, clean Golf.
Photo by my friend Boris Krizmanić, aka bkphoto
There weren’t much Mitsubishi cars, but this Eclipse found its way.
Haven’t seen one of those aluminum spoilers on registered car for quite some time.
Not my cup of tea, but I always appreciate the effort put in some cars.
Interior wolf detail.
This looks like something for drifting purpose.
A corporate car turned into something more fun.
A front grill detail.
Punchlines all around.
Mahogany and duct tape combination for the win.
Another photo from Boris – Josip and me walking and arguing
Volkswagen from the cover photo.
Personally, If I had to choose one car from the show I would choose this one. This was the first generation two door ’86 Sierra with those tiny front lights. It just looks great. I’m weird and like old cars, what can I say.
The dashboard was replaced because it cracked, but it didn’t stop it from cracking again.
From what I heard, this is “the horrible” 2.3 diesel engine that is actually Peugeot power plant. To my surprise, the owner said that the car has only 87k km and the engine is still in great shape.
There is something about these old Ford colors that like to fade over time, so getting the correct one is a total pain.
’89 Opel Vectra.
Leather upholstered interior.
A broken lip fixed.
There were a few Honda cars and this is one of them.
A lone Subaru.
Subaru engine stuff.
From the back.
Ford Granada Coupe.
A detail of wheels sticking out.
All in all, it was nice to see something new happening in Zagreb, hope it will continue to grow.