Volkswagen: “the people’s car,” it says, if you were to translate the name to English. What began as both a name and a mantra 83 years ago still rings true today… It’s undeniable that somehow, it’s the Volkswagen community that seems the tightest, and the most group-oriented, inexplicably bonded together by machines that began life as nothing more than economic forms of transportation.
For years I’ve watched as Riley Stair has worked diligently on his Magnum Opus: the 1970 Pontiac Trans Am we first featured following SEMA 2018 where it made its debut and, without surprise, stole the show. In the years that have followed, he’s slaved over the dreaded “final 10%” many of us have come to loathe… the 10% that takes as long as the first 90%, if not longer, all in the name of building a truly finished vehicle, not just one that can be used.
It’s akin to walking into class, and the TV is atop the cart at the front of the room. It’s the day after Thanksgiving…. so we’re back with part two of the monolithic documentary, Moby and the War Horse Gang. With more than 4 hours of content that showcases one of history’s greatest racing machines, it’s a great way to spend your day “working.” Trust us. You know the drill… Lights down, sound up. Enjoy.
Years ago, I was gifted a copy of Moby and the War Horse Gang on DVD. At 4 hours in length, it’s an absolute behemoth of a documentary; however, my copy was dubbed in German, rendering it to a visual source of stimulation but little more. Today, though, the documentary in its entirety, and in English, has found its way to YouTube. Iconic cars, iconic drivers, and iconic tracks: everything is present in this one.
2020 has been one hell of a year, no matter who you are or where you’re from. We figured, why not end it with something special? You read the title right: we’ve partnered with H&R Springs to give away a brand-new 2021 BMW M235i xDrive Gran Coupe, along with $5,000 in cash. If that doesn’t pique your interest, we’re not sure what will.