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Specialists in the sale, restoration, trackday or race preparation of those automotive performance icons of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s that ushered in a new direction for motoring.
It is Alpina that we always thanked for the birth of the 3.0 CSL…
A complicated and tricky start to the M1s production make her the car she is today…
A joy to drive is how I would describe this lovely restored E30 M3. I was lucky enough to co-drive her with the owner in a 6 hour race at Snetterton last year…
The owner of this weapon originally bought an M3 CSL for his trackdays. At first this was fine. But it was not long before he found the car a bit compromised and still too close to a road car.
Mercedes e500 W124
The handsome silver machine you can see up on the ramp is the 500e, one of the great ‘Q’ cars that truly deserves the ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing’ moniker.
The very lucky new owner of this gorgeous e30 325 convertible is revisiting an old flame. She was lucky enough to own one brand new back in the 80s.
NSX simply stood for “New Sports eXperimental”.
I have been following the NSX since I first drove one about 15 years ago. I still feel today they are a missed trick.
I remember a friend who bought an M Roadster brand new exclaiming, “It’s fantastic, a modern AC Cobra”. I have never heard a better description for BMWs exciting M Roadster.
Everybody who knows me well, will know that my love affair with German cars, especially BMW started many, many years ago with the E9 3.0 coupe, BMW’s range of luxurious GT Coupes built in the first half of the 1970s.