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BMW E60 5 Series Wears Frozen Tungsten

When discussing what color should your car wear, tungsten would probably be amongst the last to be mentioned. After all, most of us use the word to define a chemical element and not a color.
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However, for some people, the rarer the color, the better. At least that's what we think about this guy that went to Schwaben Folia to change his car's looks. Once they were done with the car, he could say that he owned a Frozen Tungsten BMW 5 Series.

We have to admit, the car looks good even so, fitted with massive M5 wheels and lowered by a good amount, the 5er will definitely attract a lot of curious looks when rolling down the street. Furthermore, since such a paint job costs around $5,000 through the BMW Individual program, some people might actually think the guy is terribly rich.

As for the work, as usual, the guys from Schwaben Folia proved that they are complete professionals and the wrapping looks amazing. Actually, if the watermarks weren't there, we'd have a hard time believing the car's not painted.

 
 
 
 
 

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