It’s hard to steal the show at Worthersee, to say the least. When it comes to Volkswagens, it’s hard to conjure an idea that hasn’t been beaten to death as seemingly every considerable mod has been applied to seemingly every chassis. What’s left falls into the realm of creativity, and more often than not, it seems better to stick with the tried and true than to venture into the unknown. For Thomas Mayr and Martin Mildenberger, however, the formula was not so simple.
The E30 chassis is one of the most recognizable, widely known BMW body styles, and for great reason. With confident body lines, sharp but friendly features, and wide availability, it is quite often the first foray for many BMW enthusiasts’ addiction to vintage cars. For this exact reason it has become increasingly difficult to find a pristine and polished example of an E30 in the enthusiast world.
Enter Dave DelTorto with his beautifully refined 325is.