Yes, “perfect” is an extremely subjective term. Everybody has their own version of perfect. But I do believe that everyone can agree on perfection in simplicity. In it’s simplest form, there there just isn’t much that can go wrong. It’s pretty amazing how a pretty mundane, “normal” car has become something many of us with love to own. Simple as it comes, this BMW M5 is pure beauty. Cleaned up with Euro bits, some upgraded brakes, and great looking HRE’s. Anyone want this car as bad as I do?
Although “stance” is a word many of us cannot stand anymore, there has been one site that takes the acceptation to that. Stanceworks has always had more of a classic outlook on the community. They bring a ton of quality and have created a very unique niche in the automotive aftermarket. Mike Burroughs, one of the head honchos, owns a beautiful BMW E9 and recently shot a short video, sporting its new HRE wheels. As usual he creates a proper car with beautiful fitment. Most people would die for this car on air ride and HREs’, including myself. Props.
I really have mixed emotions about this Lamborghini. Firstly, it’s an amazing car, location, and the photo shoot came out ridiculously good. But I feel like the Lambo is over-modified. I’m not even saying that it looks bad, but I guess if had that type of money I wouldn’t be investing on a body kit and air suspension for a car that is perfect the way it came out of the factory. I’m all for the twin-turbo’s and wheels, but I don’t know, it almost seems to get a little too gaudy. Props to the builder and owner though. Don’t get me wrong I would rock it all day. HA!
Growing up, I always thought that it was known that HRE was THE company when it came to pimp 3-piece wheels. Well at the same time 3-piece wheels weren’t as explosively popular as they are today. I can safely say that HRE has lost it’s flair it once had. I think bringing out a Vintage series was really smart for sales. Props to HRE for consistently producing quality wheels.
This video is pretty dope, showing the entire process of wheel making.
So I was having a conversation with a good friend about new car ideas and what we want to buy in the next couple of years. Surprisingly he brought up wanting a 5th Gen. Camaro. So I am posting this picture for him. It’s basically exactly what he explained that he wanted to do. Flat black everything and on air ride. I was lucky enough to drive one not too long ago and really loved it. Not sure if I would pay 40k new for one, but it definitely is a great driver. This specific Camaro is sitting on a newer set of one piece HRE wheels. Great looking car.