How to ruin your brand new BMW M3

BMW M3 | September 19th, 2008 by 17

Let’s loosen up a little bit and move away from all the recent speculations, rumors and other silly games. In the images I will show …

Let’s loosen up a little bit and move away from all the recent speculations, rumors and other silly games. In the images I will show you below, you will see a, what it used to be, beautiful BMW M3 E92 Coupe, in one of my favorite colors on a bimmer: Alpine White.

Unfortunately, the owner of this car figure he would look “cooler” if he will pimp out his car, either out of boredroom or watching too much MTVPimp My Ride episodes. He started off quite well, lowered the car, got a new set of not bad looking wheels, and installed a mean looking front bumper.

But wait, why couldn’t he just let the M3 be and not turn it into a Japanese race car? So, he ended up, literally throwing an eleron on top of its trunk. While the eleron might have been cool about ten years ago and they tend to work better on Acuras, Hondas or Mitsubishi, installing one on a BMW, and especially on an already perfect looking M3, it’s just pointless and tasteless.

But, to each his own I guess.

Thank you TeamSpeed forums for the great photos!

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17 responses to “How to ruin your brand new BMW M3”

  1. adood84 says:

    maybe he is using it as a track car and this wing he has on the back is more of a functional device than a cosmetic one

  2. carversation says:

    it’s a BMW not a civic.

  3. adood84 says:

    again I well say this , I think its a track car, its got a BBK , and for me it seems to have some kind of semi slick tires on those wheels , also it seems to have those tow things on bumper front and back to get towed if anything happened on the track. I know the wing is ugly but you have to put it into perspective I believe he has put it on there to generate more downforce on the rear so by that I wouldn’t judge this car by looks I would judge on it performance .

  4. Gragop says:

    I think it’s a track car too. If you look, it looks like the backseat was stripped out. That said, it still looks horrible. Slapping a bunch of stupid looking crests and stickers on an M3 will not make it go faster…that’s what lots of ///M badges are for.

  5. Horatiu B. says:

    If it’s a track car, then I apologize for calling it tasteless.

  6. Dustin says:

    It’s spelled ‘japanese,’ not japonese

  7. Gragop says:

    @Horatiu B.:

    No, no, don’t apologize, it still looks like crap.

  8. Ham says:

    someone should take him out back and shoot him

  9. adood84 says:

    yeah but if its a track car it doesn’t matter if it looks crap ;) , it function over form ;)

  10. Horatiu B. says:

    @Dustin: You’re right, thanks for catching that. I have to stop posting at 2am :)

  11. Gragop says:

    i know i know i know. I guess since it’s just sitting here in the pics it looks like a street car dressed up to “appear to be a track car.” I’m all for function, especially in the name of performance ;-) Maybe it’s me but anything other than a stock, factory body kit on most modern BMW’s looks a bit ricey. The exception being possibly the Alpina kits and some of Hartge’s stuff.

  12. Dustin says:

    2am?!?! You really are passionate. Thanks for all the hard work and keeping us all informed on our favorite brand.

  13. Horatiu B. says:

    @Dustin: :) Yeah, not much sleep here. There is always something going on in the bimmer world, some things more exciting than others.

  14. John Herdez says:

    i don’t get it… is this the same car?? i see two different color wheels… black and white?

  15. Marc says:

    @John: …ummmm ever heard of Powdercoating or better yet two sets of wheels??? Anyway with the rear towhook and the possibly gutted backseat (3rd pic down) it DOES seem to lean towards a track car.

  16. ScottyG555 says:

    Looks like a track car

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