I found myself tracing the brand new Kugelfischer injection lines as they hovered over the infamous red Alpina velocity stacks. Engines like these don’t come around often; their parts are rare; their components, valuable. Each nut and bolt is torqued to specs chosen decades ago, proven correct by an era of winning races, and ensured by time. To encounter an engine like this is, in the simplest of terms, truly special to any BMW fanatic.
There is a myriad of car-related Facebook pages, ranging in quality and content styles from the craziest bosozoku cars from the streets of Japan, to the classic Concours beauties from Pebble Beach. Facebook has become a constant stream of media for an impressively large number of people.
It’s been a bit since our last Daily Grind piece, but as always, we’ve stayed busy working on the SW project cars. This time, Cody managed to wear through his control arms…
This post may be a little bit different than normal. The images are random shots that I took during Southern Worthersee this past weekend in Helen, Georgia; but while the words may not match up, I hope you’ll get something more from them.
This is story time, with your host, CLB.
SoWo started for me back in January. Mike and I bought our plane tickets while we were sitting in the living room of his parents’ house in Tennessee during the week of New Years.
As Cody and I packed our bags for Helen, GA, home of the annual Southern Wörthersee, we knew it’d be a weekend finely balanced between work and play. In and amongst catching up with friends and general shenanigans, there’d be a show to attend and more importantly, cars to shoot. Rion Morse’s bagged E30 has a rather impressive following, amassing more attention on facebook than almost any other car we’ve posted in recent times.