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More than two years ago, StanceWorks embarked on its most modern project car to date – a 2000 BMW 740iL, with Jeremy Whittle behind the wheel. What began as “daily cruiser” quickly evolved, and in time, became what we’d consider might just be one of the best E38s out there, although we’re clearly biased.

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Rimal Chand’s E24 is clearly a crowd favorite. Luckily for us, Rimal is hard at work on a new project: a white E23. As his résumé demonstrates, we’re surely in for a treat upon completion. Until then, we’ll have to continue to enjoy his gorgeous 635CSi. As a result, we bring you the latest StanceWorks desktop wallpaper. If you missed Rimal’s feature, you can see more of the blue coupe here.

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Although penned by Frank Stella, the famous abstract and minimalist artist whom painted the second official BMW Art Car following Alexander Calder, this BMW M1 Art Car isn’t the “real deal.” Make no mistake, this M1 Procar is as real as they come, and the lines that trace its panels were designed by Stella himself.

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We’re back with our second half of Peter Aylward’s Silverstone Classic race photos, completing a truly inspirational set of images that is sure to encapsulate the essence of the event itself. If the first half of the series wasn’t motivation enough, after 80 incredible images, we’ll struggle to not get credentialed ourselves for next year’s race. Don’t miss the first half of the photos, found here, and be sure to follow Peter Aylward on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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The sheer bredth of cars at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion is nothing short of breathtaking. From 1920s open-cockpit behemoths, to the fastest Group C prototypes from the mid 1980s, there’s a bit of everything for everyone. Moreover, on track, the cars take on an entirely-new persona, coming to live through motion and sound. However, if you look closely, you’ll find a car or two within the paddock of Monterey that never make it onto the tarmac.

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