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BMW F80 M3 Shows Its Autumn Colors on HRE Classic Wheels

The 2014 SEMA show is just around the corner and tuners around the world are gathering closer and closer to Las Vegas and its Convention Center to show us what they’ve been working on. The BMW crowd is lucky from this point of view as plenty of companies are interested in their products.
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After Vorsteiner announced that it will unveil a new GTRS4 wide body kit for the M4, the guys from AutoCouture Motoring are revealing a project they’ve been working on as well. This time it's an F80 M3 in the middle of everything. Literally, it’s in the middle of the photos as well!

We’re kidding of course, but the 431 HP beast is definitely serious. Being dressed up in Austin Yellow from the moment it left the assembly line, the car received a variety of new parts to make ‘herself’ look pretty.

The first thing you’re going to notice (and the most important if you ask us) are the wheels. Coming from HRE, they’re Classic 303M Monoblocks that really stand out from the crowd.

But not even those rims weren’t enough to give this car the bad boy look you’re noticing right now. The M3 was also lowered on special KW 2-way club sport external reservoir coil overs while OEM Performance carbon fiber splitters decorate the front fascia. Round the back, you’ll notice the new AutoCouture Motoring sport rear diffuser.

Even though the vehicle is an apparition on any street it shows its beautiful shoes on, it would still be nothing without the beautiful trees in these photos. Autumn has definitely come and soon, it will be that time of the year when we’re all thanking deities that our cars are rear-wheel drive!
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