Spicing up his 2002 with E30 M3 power, Alan Rich creates a highly personal hot rod.
Ten years in the making, Rogue Engineering’s S62 V8-powered Z4 roadster was well worth the wait, combining artistic expression with explosive acceleration.
Sport Evo Six
Unable to afford a real E30 M3 Sport Evolution, Tim Blink built his own version of BMW’s homologation special, adding genuine Sport Evo parts to a U.S.-spec car already modified with a six-cylinder S50 engine.
Turner Motorsport ups the sport in BMW’s latest sport sedan, the F10 M5.
Thomas Nyznyk’s 2006 E46 M3 looks like a brand-new car, but somehow it’s shinier, nicer and better than it was when it rolled out of the showroom. It drives better, too!
It may look roughly aged, but Julian Bednorz’ 2002 wears a patina of paint, primer and wood stain, deliberately applied to interesting effect.
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.
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