• Apr 13th 2006 at 7:01AM
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Vehicle Design students at the Royal College of Art in London, England, received an interesting request from BMW. Company officials stopped by and asked them to compose works of art using parts from the German automaker's vehicles. Fourteen entries were submitted, and five winners were selected. They are:
  • Dynamism of a Wishbone
  • 1913 (pictured)
  • The Screw (pictured)
  • Out of The Frame
  • BMW Fossil

An online gallery of the winning works can be found at the link.

[Source: Auto Channel]

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    • 1 Second Ago
      • 9 Years Ago
      *Insert Bangle jokes here*
      • 9 Years Ago
      2001 was the worst year to buy a E46 3-series. Now, if you bought it new, that's just bad luck. If you bought it used, you should have done your research and avoided that year. (No, that doesn't excuse BMW for the mistakes, but it's easy to avoid when shopping used.)
      • 9 Years Ago
      Really? They used the actual parts from actual BMWs? Maybe if I look really hard I can spot the last six control arms from my 2001 330i. Does this mean I can get a tax deduction for my repairs? For donating to the "arts"?
      • 9 Years Ago
      Hey Brad, didn't you get the memo? Control arms are a "wear item" on the 3-series. ;) I hear they're working on a new 7 where the entire chassis will be a "wear item". Replace every 25,000 miles.

      On the brighter side, look at it this way, you could own a 911 with ceramic brakes. :o
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