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  1. BMW Z8

    The E52 BMW Z8 roadster (1999-2003) is quite the rare sight, being sold in low volume from 2000-2006. The all-aluminum chassis and body housing a 4.9L 32-valve V8 was priced fairly high at a stunning $128,000. Sharing the power plant of the E39 M5, the S62 motor was capable of 400hp and 370 lb-ft of torque. BMW strategically placed the engine behind the front axle in order to achieve a 50/50 weight distribution. The Z8 was a production variant of the 1997 Z07 concept car; the resemblance can be seen quite easily.

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  2. 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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  3. 700whp Ford GT on our Dyno

    This past Saturday we had the opportunity to have something very special on our dyno: a 2006 Whipple supercharged Ford GT. We've had hundreds of cars on our dyno, but this had to have been loudest one yet. This ground shaking (literally), fire-breathing (again, literally) Ford GT put down a monstrous 699whp and 646wtq (SAE). The owner of this super-clean supercar was kind enough to let us snap and share all the photos we wanted. Also, be sure to check out the video below to get an idea of how awesome this car is. Enjoy.

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  4. An Aggressive Red M3 Convertible

    Even if you're not typically a fan of convertibles, this particular M3 demands some respect. Featuring a beautiful red vinyl wrap by The R'ss Tuning, KW clubsports, Brembo brakes, BBS LM-Rs, an Akrapovic exhaust system and an Amuse bumper, this heavily modified E93 both super clean and super aggressive. Enjoy.

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  5. Helrot Red E36 M3 with VMR VB3s

    You simply can't go wrong by installing a set of VMR VB3s on an M3; the older E36 included. Even though the CSL style wheel was introduced with the E46, there is something about the elegant 8 double-spoke design that compliments the subtle, sharp styling of the E36 M3. This super clean Hellrot Red coupe running a set of 18" silver wheels is the perfect example. Take a look:

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