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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-08-2007, 10:10 PM Thread Starter
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I like it alot in the racing livery!
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nice chop!

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Sick!!!
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even uglier
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does the gas inlet usually come through the rear window on BMW GT cars?

gotta say though, i love the front bumper. if you removed the lip spoiler and just rolled it under it would be a great bumper for stock.

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can't believe I'm saying this but... I like it!!!

front chin spoiler makes the car look aggressive, not to mention the wide body...

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it's aiite.

without the lame graphics, one would think that hamman was behind all of this.

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that thing looks sick! I don't know why everyone hates the new M3 design.
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that thing looks sick! I don't know why everyone hates the new M3 design.

Everybody WANG TANG TONIGHT!
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nice it looks better then the stock m......

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It's much better. However, the bottom fish mouth gap still remains an eyesore.
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More chops from e90post.

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..so he changed the wheels, and tried to give the front some sort of a lip, painted the grill black, and then gave the side skirts a CF look...i still think the new m3 is fugly. I think alot of the chops are just a sad excuse to not admit that BMW designs have gone down hill severely...just my opinion

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I'd really like to see somebody smooth out the bulge in the hood.

The odd thing about BMW styling is... although many people (including myself) thing BMW's are fugly... other manufacturers continue to take their styling cues.
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