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  1. Mineral Gray F87 M2 - RKP, Lightweight, iND

    This is how a car enthusiast plays dress-up.

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  2. Alpine White F80 M3 - Bilstein PSS10

    An M3 gets treated to 'Ring-tested tech.

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  3. Yas Marina Blue F80 M3 ZCP - AC Schnitzer, UCP, Lightweight

    This 3-pedaled Yas Marina F80 ZCP's driver wanted both sportier looks and driving feel.

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  4. Sakhir Orange F80 M3 - KW HAS Sleeve-over Kit & Lightweight Front Lip

    A M3 with a wild color receives subtle mods.

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  5. Silverstone F82 M4 ZCP - Lightweight Front Lip & M Performance Side Blades

    An M4 ZCP gets armed with some clean aero parts.

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  6. Alpine White F87 M2 - Lightweight Front Lip

    An M2 learns how to split air.

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  7. 1997 Estoril Blue E36 M3

    Known to some as the pinnacle of BMW Motoring cars, the E36 M3 is a great platform that can never be forgotten.

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  8. Mineral Grey Metallic F82 M4 - Lightweight Lip

    As the name suggests, the Lightweight Front Splitter is pretty light weight. If you want to get proper about the companies name, Lightweight Titanauspuffanlagen won’t be the easiest name to remember or pronounce! Lightweight Performance has quite a bit of manufacturing experience under their belt. Located in Mittenaar, Germany, Lightweight offers many categories of upgrades like power, brakes, interior, rims, exhaust, chassis, suspension, and exterior. Not many Lightweight products are seen in the U.S. for the F8X but we’ve seen the front splitters moving fairly well.

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  9. Alpine White E82 1M

    Offered in 2011, the BMW E82 1M was offered in only 3 colors. Valencia Orange, Black Sapphire, and the classic Alpine White. Valencia Orange being the choice color, there is no doubt that the car looks stellar in Alpine White. This 1M is a more than acceptable example of one of the only 740 available units in the United States. Powered by the N54 twin-turbo 3.0 liter engine that produces 340 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque, the 1M was matched up against the E92 M3, returning shocking results. Being the lightest M car available, the 1M was more than capable of keeping up with the M3.

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