…everything that happens before and after is just waiting.
To celebrate BMW’s 90th anniversary of building motorbikes they teamed up with french manufacturer Ruby to produce epic retro / throwback motorcycle helmets. The collection is entitled Munich 90. Sure the cost is “higher than normal” but you cannot put a price on quality and limited editions. I could not think of a better conversation piece than to place one of these on your table at your next outing.
I’m sure we have said this before, here is another car that you’ve got to hear. It’s a symphony to any car lover’s ears. The engine sound alone should help your heart beat quicken. The start of this video is a lovely Ferrari 250 GT Lusso. What makes this video a bit different than others is their ability to capture the true sound of the engine revving freely as the driver gains speed while in a deserted L.A. It really makes you feel as if they took something from the movie “Drive”. Something else we enjoyed from the interview was the owner’s description of the start-up sequence. He even goes on to say that it’s a process that cannot be rushed! If you watch closely at the end you’ll see the driver rush the start-up sequence – what a shame. Otherwise turn up your speakers and let the sound radiate into your entire body. Ferrari Lusso sing us a song.
Ever since the economic downturn there has been a strategic shift for automotive companies to produce even greater cars for the uber elites. Boy, are they hitting their marks. Here’s one that has really caught our eyes. We’re not really into concept cars, but this one produced by McLaren Automotive is really pushing toward the top of list.
(Source credit: AUSmotive.com)
Wait for the P1. It’s coming…
The question is simple – you have the money and you can only have one. Which would it be? The BMW E30 M3 or the Mercedes 190E 2.3-16. Both are classic and amazing.
Jack Olsen has really made a name for himself over the past coulpe fo years. How did he do it? First start humble, then buy a Porsche, then show everyone online how to transform your two car garage into every man’s dream garage and finally, continue to be humble and share your success with others as you do all the work yourself, including working on the Porsche. I’m sure we have all seen this garage photo – yup, its Jack’s.
Jack is well known for his 12-Gauge Garage which now has its own dedicated website. But before it became the most well known garage on the internet it all started out with this small beginning: 12-Gauge Garage web forum, and inside that garage he built a lairy Porsche 911 nicknamed Black Beauty II (though I don’t recall reading that title). So enough about the garage and on with the best video capturing Jack’s Porsche that does everything a daily driver and weekend warrior would ever need to do.
The video speaks for itself. The music and clips make us long for the free-roaming driving roads. Now that winter is falling upon us, its videos like this that will keep us warm with wishes through the cold months.
It’s always important to understand where you have been in order to set new goals and direction for the new year. In great fashion Red Bull Racing F1 decides to talk us through their past years of glory.
Sometimes an image can be so powerful that it can influence your life decisions. In this case, many of those that work at Nissan were influenced by the debut of the Nissan Skyline at the 1964 Grand Prix.