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Schwabenfolia Chevrolet Camaro SS With Lambo Doors

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013:

The tuners at Schwabenfolia have recently put Lambo doors on a Chevrolet Camaro SS for the upcoming New York Auto Show. We’re not quite sure if this is a good look for the once tough muscle car now trying to imitate an exotic. However, there are always people out there who will try it whether it looks good or not. At least we can say the tuning company added some power under the hood with a Magnuson TSV 2300 supercharger.

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Schwabenfolia Mitsubishi EVO X Stealth Fighter

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013:

Schwabenfolia took their car tuning skills to the test with this Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X that they are calling the Stealth Fighter. They did everything from improving the performance to wrapping the car with a matte grey foil wrap. The stock 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder received several software and mechanical upgrades to bring the output from 295 PS to 390 PS with 520 Nm of torque.

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Schwabenfolia BMW 1-Series M Coupe Foil Wrap

Thursday, December 20th, 2012:

Go ahead and say their name a couple times to get it right, Schwabenfolia has released these images of BMW 1-Series M Coupe they recently worked on. This car was limited model from BMW, only producing about 6,300 units over the year stretch. After it was placed in the hands of Schwabenfolia, we are pretty sure this is the only one to receive a lime green foil wrap.

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SchwabenFolia Wiesmann MF5 V10 Roadster

Saturday, November 12th, 2011:

SchwabenFolia is a new tuning company jumping onto the scene with their custom Wiesmann MF5 V10 Roadster called the Black Bat. It is an impressive tuning project featuring several styling improvements and performance upgrades. The Wiesmann MF5 comes powered by BMW’s performance engine of the year, the S85B50. It is a 5.0-liter V10 producing 507PS and 520Nm of torque at its optimal rpm levels. While the powerplant has it all, the exterior received a matte black foil wrap and modifications for a more aggressive look.

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