While Hurricane Matthew was raging, you may have seen some delightful pictures on the internet of a lovely BMW E30 M3 sitting, warm and safe, inside someone’s house, to better be protected from the storm. Those photos weren’t staged. There actually was a guy who drove his car into his living room to protect it, and we talked to him.
In which camp to you belong? Are you a purist, or do you think of yourself more of a realist? When it comes to cars, there’s the age-old debate between keeping special models from history stock, or giving in to temptation and modifying them. Of course, there are variations of each way of thinking, but what would you do?
I find myself more and more on the side of restomods. Preserve the general looks, but feel free to customize and upgrade the car any which way you see fit. Case in point, kudos for transforming this 318i into a kick-ass M3.
Check it out: An E30 M3 With DTM Aspirations
As part of our daily work here at Speedhunters, we are exposed to all sorts of modified vehicles. From mild restomods, to brand new performance cars loaded up with the latest high-end parts, to racing vehicles that bear no resemblance to any street car. And while we’ve looked at cars built to suit every type …
Jalopnik showcases the Porsche, Audi, BMW and Mercedes museums with lots of pictures that, in case you were still debating on whether to go or not, should make you start finding ways to include Germany into your next Holiday trip. Continue reading “Here’s A Photo Gallery Of The Most Beautiful German Cars Ever Built”
Not much of a coffee drinker myself, but a coffee shop with a Porsche theme would definitely make me want to try their hot coco on a regular basis 😁.
Nico Samaras started collecting Porsches at 16. Today, 11-years later, his love for Porsche has only grown stronger. So strong that he and girlfriend Mia decided to start a Porsche themed coffee shop in Old Town Scottsdale named FourTillFour. Located at 7105 East First Avenue, the intimate space is a reflection of Nico’s love of…
It was in the summer of 1991 that I learned that a classmate’s dad had a BMW M1 stored in a garage. The magic of seeing that car for the first time in the flesh is a fond memory of my automobile infused childhood.
With Le Mans fresh in our minds, it was only fitting that I focus on a brute built for that race in this look at another speed icon. Le Mans is such an iconic event that it, obviously, creates a challenge in picking just one example. And the BASF-spons
While browsing the YouTubes I came across a short three part story about a roadtrip from Alaska to L.A. in a crispy – less than 50K miles – W114 240D. Haven taken the trip van San Francisco to L.A. recently I can imagine how much fun these two guys had.
Click to the next page below to watch the second video.