By naterisch
01/22/2017
Last week I wrote about agreeing to help my friend Tom sell his 1989 635CSi. The car, one of 248 small-bumpered 208-horsepower E24s with a factory five-speed, has a limited-slip differential and retrofitted sport seats, making it beyond unicorn-rare.
By naterisch
01/15/2017
What makes the difference between a club racer who, after 200 track days, is finishing toward the back or mid-pack, and a club racer with 200 track days who is often winning races? In most cases, it comes down to analytics.
By naterisch
01/15/2017
Last week I felt paralyzed by the fact that winter had moved in while two of my cars were land-locked in the most important spots in my garage; my 635CSi was on my lift and my 3.0CSi was in the easy-access spot behind the garage door. I hadn’t intended to configure the cars and the space this way for winter—I kind of got caught with my pants down.
By naterisch
01/08/2017
Last week the polar vortex plunged southward, blanketing much of the United States in frigid temperatures and depositing healthy doses of snow on many states. In Colorado, this resulted in nearly a foot of fresh powder, causing a crisis for many drivers.
By naterisch
01/07/2017
First, let me say that I’m stunned by how much e-mail I received about my “Will The Hack Cross Over Sometime Soon?” piece. Such a volume is normally reserved for when I write about considering the purchase of massively compromised vehicles like The Great White Six-Speed Shark or The Vixen That Wasn’t.

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