This weekend we spotted a trio of BMW M2’s filling up at a gas station, just down the road from Laguna Seca in Monterey, CA. What better of a place to choose to introduce this highly-anticipated car to the media!
We opted for the H&R Cup Kit, with some Team Dynamics wrapped in Dunlop Direzzas. You can check out our progress in the latest episode:
In addition to taking pictures of the 530 Touring,
I offered to take some pictures for the ad to separate it from all the iPhone craigslist pictures, and also because I like taking pictures. they’re nothing special, but I’m pretty happy with them.
About 16 years ago I parted ways with my first two-wheeled love. The K100 RS (aka: Flying Brick) three-quarter dresser touring bike. I’d put up to a thousand miles per day on this beast during the big rides. I’d also DD this all over Phoenix in all weather conditions.
Got an email stating:”We arrived safely and found a good parking space as well!” Attached was this pic:
I finally got the lower trunk all closed in, it was un pain dans mon asshole (fringlish). It doesn’t look like much in these broad shots, but it was hours of work cutting, forming and fitting the patches.
Hey everyone! I figured there may be some people interested in the options breakdown on the M2. Refreshingly there are only two extra options (beyond color). Options are ZEC - Executive Package and the DCT Transmission.
A thing never before seen by me in fact. A BMW 420i x drive.
Words by Nick George, photography by Nick George, Chris Morrison, and Ted Ziemba. The BMW 3 Series has always been known as the ultimate sports sedan—a car that can be driven to work during the week and driven to the track on the weekends. From the original E30 to the current generation F30, the 3er spans three…
I am casually shopping around for a new car to replace my truck (better gas milage). One of the top candidates right now is a Cadillac STS but suddenly a E46 coupe seems quite applying. Anyone have any experience with these? How bad is the maintenance on them?
That’s what my friend and I have been contemplating for a few weeks now. He imported this 1989 BMW 318i from Germany, things snowballed, and we decided to document it via YouTube episodes:
You read that right, the era of classic cars is now over.
Bought a 2002 BMW 330ci Coupe, 5MT, fully loaded with 130,000 miles 3 years ago. Now, 3 years later, with 161,000 miles, I sold it.
Last night I finally started gluing the tail panel onto the E21. It’s only tacked in place for now, but I checked the tail light fitment and it was pretty good, so things are moving in the right direction...
I like my E46. Here’s some photos of it.
I snapped this at the Paris Motor Show in 2013, one of those perfect time and place shots!
*knocks furiously on wood* I have the opposite of that, in fact I want everyone to know about this. I’m gonna do tavarish a quick favor. THE BIGGEST performance bargain on the market for enthusiasts is the E9x 335i. Here’s why:
In Part 1 of Hooptie or Honest Car, we introduced you to our subject, a 2000 BMW 528i. Things have been a bit busy around here, but I was able to sneak away for a few minutes here and there the last few days to get a better look at our subject vehicle. Overall, the car is surprisingly clean and complete for a 16…