It’s not every day that you see a car that makes you look twice. It wasn’t until recently, while waiting on platform 1 for a train heading to New York City, that I saw a blue BMW in the parking lot. Well, at first didn’t know that. I couldn’t quite make out the car from where I was standing but after enough staring and squinting it finally came to me. It is a rare beauty – the mid 1980’s BMW 6 series, chassis code E24. This boxy pleasure came with everything that represented either luxury or motorsport. It’s long square chassis with aggressive sharp point at the front grill meant to tell onlookers something is up. Enthusiasts at the time would argue the car didn’t come with the same power as it’s European sister; however we know those are tireless arguments. What’s important is having the chance to drive one, or better yet – owning it. Owning one of these is like owning a car that will take YOU places and not the other way around. So if you see one on the street don’t be shy to dream about the how you could be taking a grand tour around a country road in one of these.