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US Auto Parts M1 Page – US Auto Parts M1 Page Source: www.usautoparts.net

Unofficial M1 Site – Unofficial M1 Site Source: www.bmwm1.com

BMW celebrates 30 years of the M1 – Filed under: Time Warp, Supercars, BMWClick image for a high-res gallery of the BMW M1In 92 years of business, the creators of "The Ultimate Driving Machine" have produced only one mid-engined supercar. That was the M1, designed by the legendary Gior Source: feeds.autoblog.com

M1 is the true 1: BMW celebrating thirtieth anniversary of its legendary homologation special – Designed as a homologation special to allow BMW to compete in international Group 4 competition, the BMW M1, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, was essentially a racecar for the road. Source: www.motortrend.com

BMW M1 Homage – To mark the 30th anniversary of the BMW M1 super sports car, BMW Group Design is presenting a homage to this legendary model as part of the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este 2008. The BMW M1 designed by Giorgio Giugiaro was a car of superlatives and a Source: www.autonews24h.com

BMW Marks M1's 30th Anniversary with M1 Homage – BMW has released pictures of the M1 Homage, its concept that — as all but the most special and unique snowflakes have figured out — pays homage to the M1 on its thirtieth birthday. Since it's just a concept, without an interior or drivetr Source: www.motivemag.com

Bimmer Forum – Interact with the BMW community on the forums. Source: www.bimmerforums.com

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