“T.S. knew that life passed on. Passed us by. Went away too soon. Measured by coffee spoons, he said.” – Len Frank.
Author: Len Frank
Buicks have this…Reputation. You know how it goes: chrome, stodgy, dumb, portholes, marshmallow ride, no brakes, no handling, eternally slipping automatic transmissions.
There is an irresistible pull to the name—the idea—of Monza. It pulls back memory…to a time before cable sports networks and the overexposure to the politics and business of racing…
Len Frank wrote about BMW’s E34 generation of the M5, which was produced from September 1988 to August 1995, and powered by the S38 in-line six engine.
Porsche Cars of North America’s Hal Williams calls Len Frank and says, “We’d like you to take a long trip in one of our cars.”
Written by Len Frank in 1988 under a pseudonym. The following has not been previously published, to our knowledge.