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B stands for Beefy.

A driver profile featuring Ben Thomas’ B5 S4 wagon that was widened to hold 275 tires non-stretched in the rear. A quality build that’s mighty beefy. This is the look I’ll be going for on the B7 wagon. Agressive without the stretch. I believe he’s going to enter this for the Texas Mile.

6 Responses to B stands for Beefy.

  1. Edafe "Royal_T"

    really nice build…

  2. I remember this guy showing his build on WFC back in the earlier stages. This car has so much great work done to it. Tons of custom modifications. I love the total package.

  3. jagga

    sick!! whats the beat pls?

  4. DAMN! I’m in LOVE, only thing that would be even sweeter would be if it was white!

  5. antho!

    it’s done! amazing!

  6. MatthewN

    i wish the honda scene was more like a “family”. I saw a pretty slammed 5th gen civic on the highway and as i was catching up to him he dropped into 4th and sped away thinking i was trying to race him. I just wanted cruise with him for a little bit and check out his ride… i dont understand…

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