Reader Rides: Dustin Drummey

Owner: Dustin Drummey

Location: Connecticut

Vehicle: 2001 Volkswagen Golf

Car Club Affiliation: N/A

What Events have you competed in?

New England Dust-off, Waterfest, H20I, and many local events.

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What will be your next performance modification/upgrade?

I am very happy with the current state of the vehicle, no need for more.

“All Show”, “All Go” or Both, Why?

Both. You can’t show without being able to go!

Any Shout Outs?

WRDusa.com, Usrallyteam.com, Wentworth Motorsports, Revo and Forgeline Motorsports

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