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. If you somehow missed it, Boston Dynamics, known for making our favorite kickable robots, unveiled the latest of their Atlas biped.

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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. I decided I would aim for the mid ’80s to early ’90s to capture the feeling of when I first became acquainted with the brand. There were a few models of that era such as E24s, E28s and E34s that were on my radar.

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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. However, Kris and Alex had more on the books than a mere week-long adventure to California. Lugging their camera gear with them aboard their flight west, they were met by Kris’s own 911T on Californian soil, shipped to the SW HQ a few weeks prior.

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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. Sporting the body-in-white livery-less style, its as perfect, aesthetically, as 964s come. The blacked-out BBS motorsport wheels offer a bit of contrast, without resorting to polished halves and flashy centers to grab attention.

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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. It’s a week-long challenge for the feet, the joints, and the liver, thanks to alcohol-fueled antics that follow the show each night. This year was a resounding success, not only for ourselves and our Motul-liveried “Parts Car,” but for the StanceWorks family of vendors and sponsors too.

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