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19 Jul 2011

Dutch Rat-Look.com Pictures

Author: Rat-Look.com Editorial Team | Filed under: Rat Look General, Rat Look Meets/Events

Well done Rat-Look.com members including ‘stff’ and ‘CordOldskool’ on organising a very successful Dutch RL Meet – The first of many to come by the sounds of it! – Scroll down to view images and excerpts of what the guys had to say with a direct link to the forum thread for ALL of the pictures.




stff said:
The first dutch rat-look.com meet was a great succes!
over 40 rat cars. the weather was great, only 5 minutes rain, rest of the day was sunny!
Met some great people and a lot of nice cars and bikes.

CordOldskool said:
I want to thank you guys, girls and kids for this great day, we didn’t expect this much people. Met a lot of nice people, and people from all over Holland and Belgium came to support us. So I want to thank the other clubs for this unforgettable day!! It was the first Dutch Rat-look.com Meet up and for sure NOT the last, we take more time for the next meet. so we can take care for stands with drinks and stuff! 15min of rain wasn’t that bad, the rest of the day was sunny. Cheers CordOldskool

You can check out further pictures by clicking this link!

You can follow our Dutch Rat Look friends via Twitter @DutchRatLook along with us of course! @RatLook

30 Jun 2011

Rat-Look.com Dutch Meet!

Author: Rat-Look.com Editorial Team | Filed under: Rat Look General, Rat Look Meets/Events
Dutch Rat Look Meet!

Dutch Rat Look Meet!

CordOldskool from the Rat Look forums is organising a meet with a mixture of members from Rat-Look.com and a few other friendly car forums. If you are interested and want to know more then click this link!

25 Feb 2011

So what is ‘Rat Look’ all about?

Author: Rat-Look Editorial Team | Filed under: Rat Look General

People often ask what the rat look is all about, and why we do the things we do to our vehicles. Thing is, there isn’t a simple¬†standardized¬†answer to this question as rat look is one of the few styles of car modification that is truly unique to the individual. You can ask 100 different people what rat look is all about to them, and get 100 different answers. Every member on this site will have their own reasons for ratting, and their own take on what exactly rat look is to them. To some people, it’s about having fun and being a bit different from the rest of the crowd of matching wheels and body kits. To others, it’s a style where they can be as creative with their cars as their mind, wallet and what is physically possible allows (and even this is pushed to the limit at times!!!)

Whatever your reason for ratting, we all enjoy it and have great fun ratting out our vehicles. It gets some great responses from the average Joe on the street, it makes people look twice as you drive along, and with some, it really amazes people too with what can be done.

All sorts of things are part of the rat look and what it’s about. Don’t be mistaken, it’s not all about just rusty old cars, there really is a lot of style, thought and effort put into quite a few rat motors. From a BMW with an eye on the side for chaining it to lamp posts, to a camo painted Nissan Sunny planted firmly on the deck with a 6 foot exhaust going up out the side, even a Volvo with a hammock on the side and a Polo with arches wider than you can even begin to imagine! We have it all in rat look, and much, much more!!! We even had a famous Fiat Punto too, till it got set on fire and crushed by a monster truck!!!

So if you want to be a bit different from the lines of matching cars with their modifications from a brochure and not from their own invention, and want to have a bit of fun too with your motor, come and join the rat look!