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Each year, the team at Luftgekuhlt seems to outdo themselves. What once started as a small gathering of friends around a handful of air-cooled Porsches has quickly become one of the events of the year, growing in size and "cool-factor" at an exponential rate.
California is a big state. It's larger than most realize, I'd wager, with "NorCal" and "SoCal" only taking up the bottom half of the state.
Our talented friends at Praemio regularly turn out some of the best content to be found in the automotive world.
It was a few weeks ago, with the shop door wide open, that a fellow BMW enthusiast spotted the slew of E28s inside the StanceWorks HQ.
If there's one thing BMW did extraordinarily well in the 1980s, it was perfecting the grand tourer. That is, of course, if you ask me.
We're excited to look back on a few weeks ago: the 2017 SoCal Vintage BMW show, in Van Nuys, California.
It's not all too often that I come across a car that excites me. Perhaps it's a bad sign: nearly a decade of writing feature articles and submerging myself in the depths of automotive social media have left me a bit jaded.
With the holiday feasts still heavy in our stomachs, we are excited to kick off our Black Friday. Starting today and rolling through until Monday the 27th, prices have been marked down 30% and for the first time ever, we've sweetened the deal by offering FREE Domestic Shipping for all orders over $45.
There's no denying that when it comes to the classic BMW lineup, the E21 seems all but forgotten. Overshadowed by the E30, and often lamented for its use of CIS injection, the E21 has fanatics for it few and far between.
Yesterday, the world changed. A little bit, at least, if you ask me. Yesterday offered that "clicking" moment where I think a few million of us finally realized that we're living in the future; we're living in a world where science fiction has become reality.
I’ve been on a nostalgia kick lately. Having owned a few late model BMWs in my life, I had finally come to the conclusion that I needed one that was a relative classic.
Earlier this summer, our friends Kris Clewell and Alex Nelson made the trip from Minnesota to California for the famous Monterey Car Week - a trip worth making for anyone with fuel coursing through their veins.
For the start of Part II of our SEMA Recap, we find ourselves in the KW Suspension booth. The star of the show is the latest DV Mechanics build: a 911 that pays tribute to the iconic 964 Cup cars, complete down to the smallest details.
We can safely say it: we’ve survived yet another SEMA. Even after attending my ninth SEMA this year, they don’t get any easier.
Exactly a year ago, we unveiled the latest StanceWorks build: a 1982 BMW E28 Group A tribute dubbed "the Parts Car." Inspired by BMW's ETCC racing efforts of the early 1980s, the E28 is an exercise in celebrating history, restoration, preservation, and most importantly, the embodiment of everything that makes the original M5 a one-of-a-kind machine.
This year, our annual trip to Monterey for the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion was made a bit more special, having taken my own truck up as opposed to the comfy leather seats of a new BMW.
Daniel Soares continues to offer an inspiring perspective on the small facets of the automotive community in his artistic documentaries from around the country.
There are some that suggest that Porsche's 924 isn't worthy of the crest. Luckily for them, this 924 GTR isn't sporting one.
Choosing our latest desktop wallpaper was a pretty easy and obvious choice. Keith Ross recently worked his magic with Rusty Slammington in the Long Beach port, and we're here with a high-res shot for all to enjoy.
I'm a sedan guy, through and through. There's something special about a 4-door "sports" car, or at minimum, a 4-door touring car with a bit of bite, and if you ask me, it fits the BMW ethos rather well.