By Shane McGlaun

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My favorite German car brand is Porsche, but coming in a close second is BMW. I like the M3 and M4 a lot. They are fun to drive, and very fast, if a bit too expensive for my budget.

One of the big German traditions is Oktoberfest involving lots of German foods and lots and lots of beer. To celebrate Oktoberfest, BMW commissioned a one of a kind M3 in “Münchner Wirte” Livery. I think you have to be German to understand what most of the art on the car means. Like, what’s the deal with all the ladybugs and the ropes?

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My favorite German car brand is Porsche, but coming in a close second is BMW. I like the M3 and M4 a lot. They are fun to drive, and very fast, if a bit too expensive for my budget.

One of the big German traditions is Oktoberfest involving lots of German foods and lots and lots of beer. To celebrate Oktoberfest, BMW commissioned a one of a kind M3 in “Münchner Wirte” Livery. I think you have to be German to understand what most of the art on the car means. Like, what’s the deal with all the ladybugs and the ropes?


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Had it been festooned with sausages and beer, I’d totally get it. It’s a weird livery, but it is packed with all the German you can get your hands on. BMW used a similar livery on one of its M1 Procar racers about three decades ago, so there is a bit of history here.

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Source:: 95 Octane