"This is a story of a father and sons love for cars, BMW's and especially the classic 2002. Patrick Burns' 1972 model is a particularly interesting example and reflects the passion behind it that he and his father share. It's not perfect, but that's not the point, it's enjoyed everyday and is still going strong after 40 years on the road."
It is interesting to see all that growing interest in classic BMW — especially in the States. For a long time old BMW have been suffering of being kinda "special interest", but nowadays it seems they'll become the next "It Cars". Not too pricey, but reliable and sporty. My ardent hope is that it will take a long time before those (advertising agency) buffons who just stuffed all their money in ridiculously overpriced Fastback 'Stangs or mid-seventies 911 to overcome their mid-life crisis get wind of this ...
Thanks for sending me your latest work, Frazer!
Thanks for getting in touch, Frazer! As you said – it seems we are similar regarding our interest in what the people behind their machines are like.
I think it is interesting you have chosen that '87 BMW to start your portrait series – good choice! Can not wait for your upcoming videos!
Frazer Spowart via e-mail.