Issue 144

February 2017

Issue 144 cover
  1. Full Article

    IMSA CSLs: The Fab Five

    The corrected history of all five IMSA CSLs

  2. Full Article

    1937 328: The Driver

    What would you do if you owned a freshly restored 328 with a carefully vetted provenance? For Dirk de Groen, the answer is obvious: Drive it!

  3. 2017 M2 vs. 1973 2002 Turbo: Turbo Devils!

    A revelation in 1973, the 2002 Turbo is still a capable performer, and it can give the new M2 a run for its money on an Alpine back road.

  4. 2017 M Performance M2: Earning Its Stripes

    Armed with a full complement of M Performance parts, the M2 just might be BMW’s best driver’s car right now, on the road and on the track.

  5. Concepts: Vision Next 100: Four for the future

    As BMW debuts the fourth and final Vision concept, we chat with design director Adrian van Hooydonk about what it all means for the marque.

  6. Buyer’s Guide: E9X, X5, X3: The AWD BMWs

    Looking for all-wheel traction at a reasonable price? Consider these three xDrive BMWs, available used from $10,000 to $20,000.

  7. Concepts: M3 Specials: From the Garching Garage

    Meet the M3s that never made it past the concept stage: a Compact, a Touring and two pickup trucks.

  8. E46 M3 Touring: The M-Powerment Wagon

    When BMW declined to offer an E46 M3 Touring, Marc Norris shrugged, gathered the parts and built one himself.

  9. 1988 E28 535is: Blau to the Bone

    With its one-off paint and meticulous detailing, Darin Stephenson’s E28 is a consistent show winner…and a car we’d love to own.

  10. 1976 Schnitzer 2002 Group 5: The Baby Bat

    Working against the clock, owner Sam Moultrie and tuner Bill Watson struggle to ready a Group 5 2002 racer for the Monterey historic weekend.

  11. Paddock Pass

    2016 championships for Classic BMW & Toby Grahovec, Michael Mills, Marco Wittmann. Also: BMW to Formula E and WEC in 2018.

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