Best of H2O International- The Best of the Rest

H2O International has come and gone, bringing the Northeast’s traditional show season to a close.  We’re taking a fond look back at the cars, people and atmosphere which made this year’s H2O International one of the best ever.  Let’s finish things off with a look at the best non-Golf and Jetta Volkswagens.


Orchid Euro’s chrome hood Polo is always a treat to see, this time sporting a new set of wheels.  If you want something quirky and European, they’re the ones to go see.


This B5 Passat captured our attention multiple times throughout the weekend, looking extremely good lowered on OZ Futura wheels.


Previously only whispered about in small circles, Rico’s 1.8T Scirocco finally saw the light of day, and it was well worth the wait.  We can’t wait to see what else he has in store for the build.


This Turbocharged VR6 Corrado was one of the most thorough builds at the show, and we were huge fans.


Who would have thought that Air Suspension, Bentley wheels and a few other touches could make a Beetle Turbo look so good?  On this one, less really was more.


Last year this CC made a splash at Waterfest with its flared arches and impossibly wide ADV.1 Wheels, and it still looks great more than a year later.


Last but certainly not least, this bright blue Corrado checked all of the right boxes as far as we were concerned, and was one of the many examples elevating the norm for Corrado builds.

So how did we do?  Check out the full gallery here, and let us know if we missed anything in the comments below.