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We tend to live by the mantra that no car is too rare to drive. Even the most unique pieces of automotive history were designed and built to be a mode of transportation first and a stationary object of desire second. The crew at Turner Motorsports has taken that philosophy to the next level - they believe there's no such thing as a vehicle that's too rare to race. Case in point? The company's new Frozen Gray BMW M3
built for serious track duty.
Just in case you need a reminder, BMW only turned out 30 examples
of its M3 dipped in the super sexy flat gray paint. This is one of them. Turner Motorsports project has just gotten under way, beginning with a set of 18x10-inch Volk G2s and gooey Continental race rubber, but a more aggressive brake system and a sharper suspension is on the docket as well. All we know is that the M3 looks as fine as can be wearing its new shoes, and we can't wait to see what Turner comes up with in terms of a finished product. Click over to M3Post
for closer look.
]Turner Motorsports prepping one-of-30 BMW M3 Frozen Gray coupes for racing
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