The Irony: BMW M5 With WW2 US Air Force Paintjob
Turn the clock back to 1940, and World War 2 was in full swing. The German air force was busy battling over the skies of Britain in their ME-109 and FW 190 single-seater fighter aircraft. The Focke-Wolf was powered by something called the 801 C-1, a radial engine with 14 cylinders produced by BMW and making 1560 hp.
Up against it were the allied air forces, mainly Britain and the United States. Using their P-51 Mustangs, Spitfires and Hurricanes.
The world has largely forgotten about the bullets screeching through the air and the mighty BMW-powered fighter. And somebody even though it’d be funny to paint an E60 M5 in the colors of the US Air Force. The camo pattern is a mix of greens and metallic gray. There’s even a pinup girl and the official air force logo. The panel lines are coated with tiny rivets as well.
Photos via lucre101
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