Issue 115

June 2013

Issue 115 cover
  1. Full Article

    Believe the hype

    It’s true: BMW’s prewar 328 really is ridiculously good, even by modern standards of performance and fun. We drive BMW Classic’s black beauty.

  2. Full Article

    Black and bold

    Andrew Golden transformed his Z4 M Roadster into a real road burner with a VF supercharger, H&R suspension and APEX wheels.

  3. The essential BMW

    Properly configured with a manual transmission and few options, a 135is can be a model of simplicity, one that’s nearly as fun to drive as a 1 M Coupe or M135is.

  4. Street cred

    BMW Performance parts don’t do much to enhance actual performance, but they do give the M3 more style and presence, and that’s always a good thing.

  5. Track tribute

    The M3 Lime Rock Park Edition pays tribute to BMW’s home track with Fire Orange paint and the ZCP Competition Package, plus BMW Performance parts.

  6. Buyer’s Guide: 1988-1999 E30 & E36 M3

    Whether you’re in the market for a collectible E30 or a workaday E36, here’s how to get a good one when you shop for M3s.

  7. A fitting tribute

    To honor the love of BMW he inherited from his father, Karl Einfalt commissioned the ultimate M5 from restorer Ron Perry.

  8. Beemer me down, Scotty!

    The finest BMW motorcycle collection in the world is not in Munich but on Long Island, in Peter Nettesheim’s garage of dreams.

  9. Stop those squeaks!

    If your BMW is starting to creak and groan, a little careful lubrication can make its doors and hinges as silent as new.

  10. A racer for the ice

    Thanks to BMW’s DesignworksUSA, the US Olympic bobsled team has a fast new ride for the Sochi Winter Games.

  11. Z4 GTE: New racer for new era

    For the first time since 1986, BMW won’t be racing an M3 in North America. Meet the Z4 GTE, the new player in ALMS racing.

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