Issue 141

October 2016

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  1. Full Article

    Battleship Gray

    Starting with a rough but intact 2002, the father-and-son team of Karl and Eric Klewiada crafted a stunning showpiece built for driving.

  2. Full Article

    A comeback worthy of the King

    From pumpkin warehouse to Pebble Beach: The amazing journey of 70079, Elvis Presley’s 507.

  3. 2017 F82 M4 GTS: Track Attack!

    Upgrading nearly every part yields a tightly focused track tool, yet the limited edition M4 GTS is still street legal for the lucky few who’ll get one.

  4. History: M3 special editions: Three decades of M3 special editions

    Meet the predecessors of the M4 GTS: the E30 M3 Sport Evolution, E36 M3 GT, E46 M3 CSL and E92 M3 GTS.

  5. Buyer's Guide: E30 M3: the ever-popular E30 3 Series, 1983-’93

    Prices have risen recently, but these robust, fun-to-drive BMWs remain affordable…and available.

  6. Interview: Bob Lutz: An iconoclast in Munich

    In three years at BMW, Bob Lutz gave us the 2002 Turbo, the Batmobile CSL, the R 90 S, Motorsport and more.

  7. 1956 502 Cabriolet: Topaz Trophy

    Michal Malamut’s ultra-exclusive 502 Cabriolet is perfectly suited to the lush environs of Thousand Oaks…and Pebble Beach.

  8. Racing history: 320 Turbo #005: Showtime!

    In 1979, Jim Busby Racing campaigned this 320 Turbo in IMSA GT. In 2016, Busby is restoring it for vintage racing at Laguna Seca.

  9. Paddock Pass: BMW takes fifth at ’Ring 24

    Plus: Mills wins two in SprintX, RLL comes up dry in CA, Kuno Wittmer interview.

  10. The Ever-Popular E30 3 Series, 1983-1992

    Prices have risen recently, but these robust, fun-todrive BMWs remain affordable… and available.

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