Brook and Jayden Millers Mk2 Golf has become pretty well known in New Zealand and even internationally, though not to the same extent as in NZ. Earlier this year I shot these images, but never released them, it seems like time. They go hand in hand with the video I produced of the car.
Its a good chance to see a car like this in action, low isn’t even close. So here are the rest of the images to complement the video.
The Golf is rocking a rust pannel, love it or hate it. The car has had a single head light conversion as well making it unique in multiple ways.
Stickered up sunroof lip gives the car a USDM feel. Last time it was on Track to Street the roof racks would have blocked a good view of this.
Enough poke? I think so. Zero clearance, g’day.
The Golf is sitting on 13 x 8.5″ widened purple steelies with 175/50s stretched on.
At only 20mm off the ground this car has stance. It hits cats eyes and can’t get into any petrol stations in the Waikato to refill. It is easily one of the lowest cars in the country with a static drop.
Just like in the video this car is best suited to creeping in the shadows. you can also find the car on trade me. Watch out for Brooks Mk3 in the future.
~ Ryan McCrae