Something old, something new
Combining vintage style with a modern stance, Rob Amason’s E28 gets the balance right.
Its Jet Black paint set off by Inka Orange details, Nick DeClemente’s E46 M3 Convertible is a distinctive drop-top whose performance is a perfect match for its subtly stylish looks.
Taking inspiration from the high-performance cars of the Japanese domestic market, John Zhang turned his 135i into a nonpareil style statement.
When less is more
Pardon the pun, but this 1 Series M Coupe owned by MORR Wheels’ Sebastian Ramirez proves the old adage correct, retaining the essence of a stock BMW even while performance is upgraded by a wide margin.
Topping E39 M5 mechanicals with modified CS coupe bodywork, MKO creates a hybrid of modern and classic BMW.
Black and bold
A VF supercharger helps Andrew Golden’s Black Sapphire Z4 M Roadster make big power. Just as impressive, Golden did all his own modifications on this well sorted street-track car.
The 1 Series M Coupe is already one of the hottest Bimmers ever built, and it’s made even more potent with Alekshop’s elemental but well-chosen modifications.
Hard-edged and high-strung
Starting with a mild-mannered 1600, David Ullom created a flared-fender hot rod with 205 horsepower and a raucous personality to match.
Making up for the missing M Car
With styling and performance modifications from 3D, one Z4 enters M Roadster territory.
Disappointed with the performance of the 2002 Turbo — and put off by its price — Mano Agulian decided to build a car that would be better and cheaper than the 1973 original.
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