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XSMAG 53

The sun is def nitely shining out of our butts after our more than successful week at Woerthersee. 7 days of Carinthia that we can stamp off as perfect. The quality of cars alone was enough for us to basically f ll the remaining magazine pages for the rest of the year. So in this issue you will f nd our/your T-ROC R next to the Kean Pantera. Parallel to all of this lies our first event together with SpeedHooked in Finland and our Cars ‚n‘ Coffee planned on the 28th of July in Freital, where we return to the spot where it all started in 1999 after 20 years. Entry will be free and maybe we will see some of you there for a cup of coffee. The 7th of September marks the date for the 5th XSCN Clas-sic show, traditionally at the Ostrapark Dresden and you can be sure we will outperform the last 4 years of Classic.

Yours sincerely, Andy Füllborn

Photo credit: Andy Füllborn | Martin Hillmann | usf_urban_style_photography | @xanai22 | Andreas Werner | @48k1 | @iacrophobia | @illume91 | @mikecrawatphotography

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