July 2016 Issue Preview
This month we’ve got a very multi-national feel to the issue. Starting off on our shores, we’ve plucked some awesome home-grown builds for your reading pleasure, including our spectacular M52-swapped E21 cover car, an exceedingly slick bagged E92, and a wild E30 M3 rally car. From Europe we’ve snagged a stunning static E39 Touring, from the States a beautifully built E46 M3, while all the way from the Far East comes a very Japanese 135i that’s got a unique flavour you’re not likely to find anywhere else, plus lots more!
Inside this issue
A slammed static E39 Touring that gets everything right.
Built from the Blue
Starting from scratch, Mark Brown has completely transformed his E21 with an M52-swap, a Laguna Seca blue respray, and perfect stance.
The E36 M3 GT Imola Individual is a rare beast and modified examples, like this slick machine, are rarer still.
Low and Behold
We’re in a purple daze after seeing this gorgeous bagged E30.
The Only One
Japan definitely does things differently and that most definitely applies to cars, as this Far Eastern 135i illustrates.
From its stunning blue wrap to its custom interior and velocity stacks, this E46 M3 is the complete package.
With a few simple mods this classic and extremely clean 1600 has been given a fresh new look.
Wrapped in flat grey, bagged and sitting on a custom set of three-piece Style 32s, this E92 is one good-looking machine.
Once a racer, this absolutely awesome 320hp E30 M3 is now a Tarmac rally terror.
With countless subtle mods, this is one smooth E36 Cab.