Let's hear a little bit about the driver - What's your name and where are you from?
Hi, I’m Suad Hajdarovic and originally me and family are from Bosnia. My family relocated to Germany before I was born, because of the War in Bosnia, and when I was 4 we moved to the States. I currently live in Florence, KY a suburb of Cincinnati, OH.
What got you into modifying cars and what kept you in it?
My buddy Ned had a mk3 vr6 gti, Ginster yellow, and he would take me to shows before I could drive, and had mine Own car, I knew right away that cars, and especially VWs were a passion of mine.
Ok ok ok... Tell us about your ride, what is it?
I drive a mk6 golf, 2.5L. It’s my very first car I purchased and I’ve had it since I was 18, so for 6 years now. Bought it bone stock with 30k miles and have done lots to it.
Car is wrapped radioactive gloss green by Avery. Shoutout to Dreamwraps USA for the wrap they killed it. I’ve got a golf R front end on the car, with LED headlights and tail lights. Car is bagged, airlift slam series with 3p management, sitting on 18” Porsche speedline three piece wheels. The hood is notched for my badgeless grill gives it much cleaner look, and I have a Gti rear diffuser.
As for interior I have a Renown steering wheel, which I love, a Black Forest Industries shift knob, and Fahrenheit GTI leather seats. Lots of oem plus stuff too like my euro cubby, and cup holder. Under seat trays and stuff like that.
Anything special under the hood?
Not as of yet, right now it’s just a Neuspeed Intake, and magnaflow exhaust, but I plan on boosting the old’ 2.5 here soon and she will be rowdy.
What are some things you've done to your car that others might not notice? Probably the oem plus interior bits, most people don’t know that some of those parts are hard To come by and they probably just think it came that way.
Anything else you'd like to add? (could be about anything)
I’m sure I’m missing stuff, as I’ve had the car for a while and do little things all the time, most of the big stuff is there. Thanks for the love, and for taking the time to read about my car thanks.