Each Wednesday, enthusiasts celebrate their love for the wheels that are the foundation of the car builds that enrapture us all. Whether it’s the cult wheels that have lasted through decades of change or it’s the latest new design from the contemporary companies, these forged pieces of aluminum play one of the most important roles in a car’s function and style. We want to take this Wednesday to announce our most recent Art Print to be added to the Lowly Gentlemen collective.
“The first time I saw a Bavaria, it was not love at first sight, and frankly it did not catch my eye,” Brian Hoehne tells me. It wasn’t quite what I expected, coming from the owner of one of the few classic BMWs present at H2Oi. Instead of a long-term love affair with the car and the marque, Brian’s love for cars has flourished in a different way; a story dissimilar to the average tale of car and driver.
The wait is over – Hoonigan and Ken Block have brought us the latest and greatest of the Gymkhana series. This time, Gymkhana 7 takes to the streets of Los Angeles. It’s perhaps our favorite so far… and if the sights of LA don’t get you, the car will.
Earlier this year, Rotiform’s Brian Henderson and Carl Taylor arrived at Worthersee in a pair of Rocket Bunny-kitted E36 “Art Cars,” stealing the show with their loud but historic color schemes, aggressive nature, and flamboyant style. In the wake of success, Carl Taylor has done it again, this time harking to one of DTM’s best liveries: the Valier Team Tic Tac E30 M3.
Scrolling through the SW Photo Archives, we’ve stumbled across an un-shared set of Jeremy Whittle’s noteworthy E28 in it’s final stages. While his car has made numerous appearances here on the pages of SW as one of our company project cars, his final touch of radiusing the rear fenders was only captured in this set. Catch our video of Jeremy and his car by clicking here!
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