After more than a year of back-and-forth, I met Geoff Tumang outside of Las Vegas, Nevada, for the first-ever “M Fest,” an event catered to, you guessed it, BMW M cars. Sporting a purple sedan with polished Forgeline wheels, Geoff made a quick first impression by sliding through an intersection on Las Vegas Boulevard, into the parking lanes of the Palazzo hotel.
I’ve been itching to replace the 25-year-old coilovers on the M3 with something modern and… not blown. My friends at H&R built a complete custom setup for the M3, and I wanted to take the opportunity to put together the ultimate how-to for assembly and disassembly.
The process is the same for any classic BMW.
The new H&R coilovers include camber plates, adjustable dampers, and aluminum RSMs, just to name a few details. The installation was as easy as could be, too.
Sean Kono and his Rubystone 964 link up with automotive photographer and artist Andrew Ritter, uncovering the passion for Porsche passed down from Father to Son.
For most, it’s likely difficult to imagine choosing an RA65 Celica over the now-iconic AE86 Corolla, but for Jake Legg, it was hardly more than a second thought. After weighing his options, it was the uniqueness of the RA65 before us that won him over, eventually spiraling into a 4-year build: what spent years as a daily driver unfolded into something considerably more. With a familiar yet individual shape, it’s a platform under-utilized and under-built.
We’re excited to bring 40 pairs of the iconic Leen Customs pins to our fans and collectors: the StanceWorks Model A and Rusty Slammington are available together, new, for the last time ever. Produced as a collaborative effort between StanceWorks and Leen, these pins are the last that remain available, new, and they won’t be made again. Each pin is limited to 500 pieces.