ehm, at what suspension height? There are 3-4 lever position dents for the driver to choose from but being an analog system there are infinite positions if you keep the lever away from dentsThat's nice. I keep wondering what a low angle shot would look like...
Thanks for informing as US English is not my main language and I could not be further away from such anti-humanistic mentalities - correcting ASAP!It's problematic at best. As is "oriental".
This the funny part! This wing belongs to WRX or some other similar car - not a road going Beemer!Also, last I checked these cars were produced in Germany, South Africa and the US (South Carolina), which are all Occidental countries.
This the funny part! This wing belongs to WRX or some other similar car - not a road going Beemer!
Ron's right that these big, ridiculous wings weren't necessarily a Japanese innovation. Although the culture of adding such after-market appendages is widely associated with cars like the WRX that you mention, @MichailK .BMW did race the "Batmobile" with some real wings, see https://i.pinimg.com/originals/da/a0/9b/daa09b8cb120a295ea89da7d231f4bb5.jpg for example (not my photo, just a result of a google search) and at least in the US, you could get the E36 M3 with a wing from the dealership not to mention that Zender in Germany made all kinds of aero "appendages" for Bimmers.
Another capture that is almost timeless, with the vintage streetlamp and the analog marquee. You just gotta go ultra long exposure to get rid of those pesky people in their modern garb. Although in this one it's really only the sneakers of the kid on the left that kill the illusion.