Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
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We’re almost two-thirds over, but welcome to ///May nonetheless.

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Not to be confused with the M1, this is the BMW 1-Series M Coupe, perhaps my favorite of all the Bimmers.

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Not to mention it’s also the most unobtainable (price-wise, relatively speaking) of the ones I like. You see, since the day this car came out, it never depreciated. Which, apparently, is a reflection of how amazing it actually is. It’s also quite rare in its own right, so seeing one on the roads is always a treat and not something you take for granted.

At the present moment, a miniature will do.

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The model comes from the early days of GT Spirit and is presented in its most appropriate color, Valencia Orange. They used to make some desirable models (such as this one) until they lost their way. Alternatives can also be found from Minichamps, which I own as well, but I find that one to be unsatisfactory for a gem of a car like the 1M.

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