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  • Jim Valcarcel

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    What a wonderful Thursday surprise. Always wait for Tuesday to see the latest Video and when I don't see one I am a bit bummed. This was worth the wait. Another wonderful video about another wonderful car and another wonderful person. Thank you Petrolicious you guys are the best!

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  • David Vassilev

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    The M1 is a legend of a car. Especially to a BMW fanatic. I just wish BMW would finally create a modern day equivalent. The i8 will not be it, and Audi really beat them to it with the R8.

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  • Andreas Lavesson

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    I actually think that the i8 is kind of a modern day equivalent. Also, I have to say that I absolutely loved the modern day rendition, the M1 Hommage that surfaced... was it like 5-6 years ago? That being said, there might be chance of us seeing a modern M1. Personally, I think the following article is highly speculative and it doesn't promise anything, but you could always cross your fingers.

    http://www.caradvice.com.au/285426/bmw-m1-supercar-revival-not-a-question-of-know-how/

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  • David Vassilev

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    You know I would love to see Italian styling in the next M1, if It becomes a reality. For example, have Zagato do the styling and BMW do the rest. I think not only will that be a great homage to the original, but would probably give the M1 something BMW can't (to me the i8 is ugly).

    http://euwerks.com/page/BMW_ZagatoCoupe

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  • Andreas Lavesson

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    You've got a point, it turned out quite well when Giugiaro did the design last time. Personally, I think Zagato have done some epic looking cars and some not so epic ones. That coupe is quite nice though.

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  • Guest (Brynnski)

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    I swear I saw one of these in central Oregon just yesterday morning. I had no idea how rare they are. It's like seeing a sasquatch or something. Cheers

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  • Tim Goedhart

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    Garage with all the BMW collectables as desirable as the car itself! Great video again!

    from Utrecht, The Netherlands
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  • Guest (Peter Biesheuvel)

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    Love the engine sounds on this video. Beautifully filmed.

    from Canada
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  • Rene Borggreve

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    What a car. It's a pity that BMW never made a real successor of the M1. Of course there were plenty of M-models (the M5 E28 is my favourite) but I reckon there's a market for new M1. BMW wake up!

    from Amersfoort, The Netherlands
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  • Guest (alan miller)

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    Simply a fabulous car to drive. A friend had one many years ago and I had the chance to drive it a good bit. After that I was sold. It was a a car you could drive every day and never tire of it. Beautifully styled, well appointed, wonderful BMW straight six balance and superbly suited for motoring. A great car. The only two I have ever seen state side were Henna Red (orange).

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