In a sea of cars that seem to celebrate mismatched panels and wear body damage like a badge of honor, you’ll find Daniel Ressa and his S14 staying afloat. For more than a half-decade now, thanks to exposure from new instagram posts to old school blog posts, Danny’s “PowerMove” S14 has been heralded as the “Zenki King.” Some even go as far as to suggest it’s the best state-side S14, and others claim endearingly that it’s the best U.S. S-Chassis all together.
The Alfa Romeo 105, host of the GT, GTA, and GTV, is soon to find itself beside the likes of the 911: a layman’s car that is definitive of an era in sports coupes. Its lines are quintessentially Italian, its history is rich, and its soul captivates enthusiasts around the world. Alfa Romeo aficionados are of a certain breed, and it’s easy to see why each of them is enamored with the classic coupe. However, that doesn’t mean the Alfa 105’s tenor isn’t open to interpretation.
When it comes to SW feature cars, they all hold some type of value. Armand Pranadi’s MR2, however, hits home for us in a rather different way. These days, an MR2 is not something I’d typically take a liking to, but there’s something to be said about this one in particular. Between the oversized fenders, the bright red paint, the massive wheels, and the extravagant looks, it is exactly what would have been on my wall as a kid.