For the last few years I have been talking about this event called Wookies in the Woods. It’s a driving event at “The Tail of the Dragon”, built around the Golf R and VW R32. There is so much great about this event. The people are amazing, the roads are a blast to drive, and it really stresses your car. While it’s not awesome to have something break, it’s a great excuse to make an upgrade 😉
I took my R32 out to see how she would perform. As you will see in the video, she did great. I did find one area where I can make some great improvements for the next modification. I also added two little goodies to it before leaving the mountains. You will have to watch the whole video to see. Be sure to follow the rest of the R32 restoration and rehab.
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