It’s hard to steal the show at Worthersee, to say the least. When it comes to Volkswagens, it’s hard to conjure an idea that hasn’t been beaten to death as seemingly every considerable mod has been applied to seemingly every chassis. What’s left falls into the realm of creativity, and more often than not, it seems better to stick with the tried and true than to venture into the unknown. For Thomas Mayr and Martin Mildenberger, however, the formula was not so simple.
Sadly, it’s been nearly a month since Episode 5. Until posting, I had thought it was only a few weeks, but time manages to slip away, doesn’t it? I’ve been hard at work on the A, trucking my way towards the SEMA 2018 deadline, just 7.5 weeks away. Check out the latest progress, and let me know what you think.
It was almost two years ago that we crossed paths with Mike Poll Jonker, and were fortunate enough to share the story of Dkubus: a brand centered around the C107 SLC Mercedes Coupe. With a unique vision, he set out to race the SLC, complete with wild bodywork – parts he shipped over from Australia. If you haven’t read the story, be sure to check it out here. Otherwise, enjoy our trip through the archives for our latest desktop wallpaper.
With the latest M car comes IND’s latest build. When the F90 M5 arrived earlier this year, it was no surprise to hear that IND put one on order, and in typical fashion, ordered one in a not-so-subtle color. This example, finished in Snapper Rocks Blue Metallic, undoubtedly stands out from the crowd as one of BMW’s latest thrilling hues.
For most, the term “Hot Rod” likely conjures images of classic American iron. Maybe a ’30s coupe, a chopped top, and fat wide tires, or perhaps something more modern, such as a big block-sporting muscle car from the ’70s. “Hot Rodding” has grown to encompass many things, but most importantly, it represents an ethos: an amalgam of self expression and a quest for all-out speed.