Roadfly Home | Features | Car Review Videos | Car Reviews | Cars For Sale | Used Car Parts Classifieds | Forum | Car Review Archives | Forum Archives Index


01-31-2004, 06:15 PM
hello everyone. i was just wondering why none of the m3 owners here went with a individual color. in my opinion, the m's need to be different. i realize that most enthusiasts understand that classic m3 colors are red and white, but with the new generation and bmw's creation of the individual line, i think it's a perfect way to differentiate each car. i love the pic below of the lemans blue m3, now, if it were to have that champagne interior, it would be unique. i mean it already is unique, but even more so... do any of you guys now all the individual colors that were offered? i can't seem to find this site anymore. there were so many cool colors. that picture below of the cinnamon exterior reminds me of the chestnut individual they were offering. anyway, just a thought.

01-31-2004, 06:18 PM
<a href=""></a>
<font color=#660000><font size=1><font>
<img src="">
The New Kinder Snook.....I promise...
and britney used to be naked right thur -------->>>>

01-31-2004, 06:30 PM
Steel Gray and Alpine White

What other colors dont call attention and light colored


"Not all ///M owners are ///M Drivers" by: Enzo Ferrari, Adapted to ///M

R.I.P. will not be forgotten! 4/5/03

Miami, FL

02-01-2004, 01:41 AM
I took delivery of my special order color M3 this month. If you are in USA,they dont call them "individual" here,they say specical order. The main difficulty is the dealer has to be willing to order it.

Do a search for M3 supercar, there is a UK site that has several good photos of special order color M3s.

My dealer has delivered M3s in Mora Red, Velvet Blue, and Techno Violet. A co-worker has a Sepia Violet cab

02-01-2004, 08:10 AM
<img src="" width=115 height=112> <img src="" width=198 height=112>

Roadfly Home | Car Reviews | Forum Archives Index