With the holiday feasts still heavy in our stomachs, we are excited to kick off our Black Friday. Starting today and rolling through until Monday the 27th, prices have been marked down 30% and for the first time ever, we’ve sweetened the deal by offering FREE Domestic Shipping for all orders over $45.
There’s no denying that when it comes to the classic BMW lineup, the E21 seems all but forgotten. Overshadowed by the E30, and often lamented for its use of CIS injection, the E21 has fanatics for it few and far between. However, as the eldest brother of the 3-series lineage, there are a few that have earned their stay, namely the 320i IMSA and Group 5 cars, heralded for their over-the-top presence and incredible engines.
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.
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.
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.