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  1. BMW Individual - Dakar Yellow E92 M3

    Mellow Yellow

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  2. Riviera Blue F10 M5

    It’s not often you see a BMW wearing Porsche colors. Then again, we’ve seen some pretty rare and interesting colors on our customer’s cars like Grigio Medio from Ferrari.

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  3. Laguna Seca Blue F80 M3s

    EAS would like to share a special day with our blog readers. Remember Laguna Seca Blue, inspired by the well-known Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca? Laguna Seca Blue (LSB) is a historic and very important color to BMW. In racing history, BMW Motorsports won their second win at this race track. Debuting on the E46, the color hasn’t been seen around too much on the newer models, mainly because to get your car painted in LSB a hefty price would have to be paid through the BMW Individual Program. How often does one get to lay eyes on a LSB F80 M3? Better yet, how often does one get to see two LSB F80 M3s together at one time? Witness the beauty below:

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  4. Hellrot Red F80 – A True Individual

    Introduced to the world on the E36, Hellrot Red was a stunning color to see. Because of its rarity, the Hellrot Red coating is commonly mistaken for Imola Red or Electric Red however put the reds side by side and it will be easy to tell the difference. Hellrot Red is a much brighter shade of red that will grab anyone’s attention in an instant.

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  5. Sakhir Orange M Performance

    There’s no doubt that the F82 M4 is a great looking car. Add some BMW Sakhir Orange paint to it and the car really stands out, especially when all the chrome is changed to black. This M4 flaunts its stunning M Performance parts, housing nearly every possible cosmetic upgrade. Not only adding style, but aggression as well, the M Performance Carbon Fiber Splitters with Lip and M Performance Carbon Fiber Trunk Spoiler are perfectly fitting options that make the car look like it came that way. While almost all M Performance parts are an option when ordering an M4, some items have been developed and released after production such as the carbon fiber interior door handle trim.

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  6. Return of the Imola Red F80

    Named after the Imola F1 track in San Marino, Italy, Imola Red emerged due to Ralf Schumacher of Germany scoring his first win with BMW Williams in his FW-23. First seen on the E46, the color has become an icon for BMW M cars. Here at EAS we absolutely love the look of an Imola Red E92 M3, but seeing the paint on the F80 M3 always blows us away. Why aren’t there more new M3s with this color roaming about? Because the paint is only available through BMW’s Individual program.

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  7. An Individual M3

    Tanzanite Blue Metallic is the paint color that this F80 M3 rolled off the line with. Not only is the paint a BMW Individual option but so is the interior with Amaro Brown Extended Merino Leather w/ White Stitching. Put together, the custom paint and interior option total $4,250. That’s $1,950 for the paint and a whopping $2,300 for the interior. Adding even more to the price tag and individuality is the M Carbon Ceramic Brakes at $8,150. Prefer the 18” wheels over the 19” wheels? Choosing M Carbon Ceramic Brakes forces you to select a 19” set of wheels so the owner decided on the Light Alloy Double-Spoke Style 437 M Wheels over the Black. Essentially fully optioned, the owner requested even more be done.

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