Photography by Josh Castle
When analyzing historic automotive events that have shaped the world of cars as we know it, there are a handful that spring to mind.
“You always want what you can’t have.” It’s a painful truth, isn’t it? It’s a sentiment we’re likely all familiar with, even if the outcome of it yields something unique for each of us. For me, it’s all about cars… no surprise there. There are simply too many machines I wish to own, and without lottery winnings or a windfall cash settlement from a semi truck accident, chances are, I’ll never get a chance to own most of them.
It was all the way back in 2013 that we posed a question with an open discussion: when it comes to coilovers versus air suspension, which one is right for you? Better yet, is one objectively better than the other? It’s a fiery debate that has burned for years and years, at times peaking as a community hot topic, and at others, smoldering with intense heat in the background.
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It seems that, for any BMW fanatic, there’s an undeniable allure to the idea of owning an E30 M3 race car. It’s something I’ve found impossible avoid myself, and clearly, Andrew Bishay shares the sentiment. As the winningest car in touring car history, the E30 M3 has cemented its place in the archives of motorsport, and for a countless number, it’s a machine that represents an all-consuming fantasy.