When it comes to any chassis, there are millions of ways to assemble it. The number of parts and pieces available to tailor a car to your liking is endless, but sometimes, we find ourselves falling back on the simplest of solutions. The “MKV + Air ride + RS” combination is one that has been done more times than anyone cares to admit, but it has been done with unquestionably good reason: It works well. It is exemplary of doing something the right way.
We’re all here for one reason: we like to get our hands dirty. It doesn’t matter what kind of car you drive or what style of modification is your favorite; chances are if you’re reading this, you’ve been bit by the same bug the rest of us have. Sometimes our cars are built to the nines, and sometimes they’re hardly more than a set of wheels and a drop. Frankly, it doesn’t make a difference.
Here is a followup to Jonathan’s great write up yesterday in video form. This piece was filmed and edited by Josh Taylor, who happens to also own the white Integra that was featured. Definitely captures the essence of what Jonathan so eloquently explained.
I don’t know about you, or anyone else for that matter, but I’m pretty sure no one gets anywhere in life by themselves. I could be wrong, but I really don’t think I am. I know for a fact that I would not be who I am today without the people I’ve met over the past six years. I wouldn’t be half the person I am today without the close friends I have and have had before.
A little over six years ago, I attended a car show at a Volkswagen dealership with my cousin, Stephen.
Photos by Travis Cuykendall
Now I know what you’re thinking: With a title like that, what we’ve got here is a pair of cars owned by father and son. That’s where you’d be wrong though. What we have here is John Zuberek’s 1966 250S Benz and his E30 M3. So why “Like Father, Like Son?” Well, let’s just say the apple doesn’t fall from the tree.
We all become automotive enthusiasts in our own way.