Kossner Mario’s Volkswagen Corrado made waves last week following the return of UltRace, one of the premiere shows, worldwide, for European cars. Alex Pfeiffer was quick to snag some one-on-one time with the VW, doing what he does best by capturing its essence and details. The Corrado blends modern style with ’80s extravagance, reminding us of the insanity that is Koenig widebody kits and excessive venting. Full feature coming soon.
We’ve got lots of goodies in this episode: dry sump parts, cooling system parts, an alternator solution, and more. With the engine and transmission mounted into the car, the focus is solely on getting the rest of the puzzle put together, solving the unknowns, and getting to the finish line.
Cars usually look like their enthustiastic owners – and Joni is definitely not an exception, but more of a positive example here. Joni is known for his creative side, and being a painter, what could have been a sweeter combination than a car with a unique patina that’s taken years to form, companied with a freshly painted lowrider-esque roof, painted by the man himself.
While the state of the world continues to be questionable at best, we’ve been fortunate enough to catch glimpses of the “way things used to be.” Just last weekend, the talented Alex Pfeiffer attended “Night of Wheels,” a German event catered to all things automotive. Through his camera, Alex offers us a few key highlights of the event, and while it’s hard to deny the beauty of his choice of machines, it leaves us longing for more events and a return to “normal.
Need for Speed. Let’s not get it twisted: adventures through Underground, Hot Pursuit, and Most Wanted likely helped to shape our enthusiasm, at least to a small degree. I can vividly remember hours spent “tinkering” within the NFS, Midnight Club, and Grand Turismo universes on my Playstation as a kid, and it’s clear I’m not alone.