I don’t know about anyone else, but there are a ton of builds in my mind I would love to do. A lot of them, of course haven’t been done yet and I would like to keep it that way. haha. Well one of my “dream” builds was a Audi 50, a car we never got over here in the states. I remember a yellow one roaming around the west coast for years, but with a 10k asking price it was just a teeny bit above what I was willing to spend. Well long story short, Rotiform eventually bought the car and sold it to a guy over here in New York. It landed in good hands it seems, because some pictures were released of it’s recent build. And, it’s beautiful. Rocking some new Rotiform 4-spoke TMB’s and a perfect hue of blue I’m glad it was done right. Props to the builder. Guess I was too slow.
PS – I still want one.
Every now and then I’ll come across a picture of a MK1 that just looks absolutely perfect. Some followers can remember I am building a MK1 myself, but due to some circumstances the build was put to the side for the time being. It sucks, but I am confident I will have it up and running for H2Oi. Anyways, I came across another great and simple MK1. White, with euro bumpers and Rotiform VCE’s in 14’s. Some may say it’s small size but I think it looks perfect in this case. I love the old school feel to the wheels.
I have a love/hate relationship with Rotiform, both positive of course. I love the company because they are manufacturing beautiful wheels, always changing things up, and are constantly pushing boundaries. As far as success is concerned, they really couldn’t do any better. I also hate Rotiform because they build cars I’ve always dreamed of building. Their latest example of this, is their newest addition, a Mercedes SL. For years I’ve wanted to buy one, add a drop and throw on a sick set of wheels, and lookie here! I have to say, I really love it, and would still love to do it myself. There is really something about early 90’s styling. Such a beautiful sight. Props!
This car really does speak for itself. Everyone knows about it. Everyone, at least everyone I know, loves it and everything RWB is doing. This short video was put together, and put together very very nicely. Props.
What a show, what a show. Seriously Ultimate Dubs REALLY delivered this year. As expected, Rotiform has really taken over the game. Most of the show-stoppers were rocking them. I’m sure there are “better” videos coming out, but I wanted you guys to get a feel early. He missed some of the show-stoppers but you get the idea. Quality for days!
You know, sometimes I think people look for something to hate on. All I hear is, “everyone has Rotiform’s, they are played out”. There is a damn good reason many tuners are rocking Rotiforms, they are the dopest wheel company out. Not only do they make great looking wheels, but they stay relevant. Always releasing new products and project cars. They display their wheels on some of the sickest cars around the world. This is why they are doing so well as a company. Recently I saw that they made TMB centers that fit onto BBS lips and barrels. Absolutely genius! You can change up your classic BBS RS’ and do it by just changing your centers. This is what makes this company so popular and successful. They are constantly creating great new products, pushing boundaries and attract some of the most famously built cars around the world. So why the hate?
I don’t even need to tell you how big Rotiform has gotten. I mean they are doing the right things in every aspect of their game. They have GREAT taste and love for cars and it really shows in their personal and demo cars. The quality is impeccable and I really think it rubs off on the consumers. Their newest example of pure perfection is this Porsche 964 with 18 inch Rotiformed BBS RS’. No seriously this car looks perfect. No wonder so many people drool over the wheels this company produces.