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I’m not done with M3s yet! I get that the wild colors offered by BMW on the E46 M3 donâ€™t appeal to everyone, and Iâ€™m aware they tend to be the colors I focus on. Whatâ€™s special about them to me is that they exist at all; you donâ€™t have to agree that theyâ€™re the colors youâ€™d buy, but isnâ€™t the world a better place for them having been made? While getting into any M car is a special experience, by the time of the E36 and E46 M3s production numbers meant they were reasonably common. With over 71,000 E36s made and over 85,000 E46s produced, odds of you seeing another going down the road are a lot better than they were with the original Ms. To me, Phoenix Yellow and Laguna Seca Blue are two of the best ways to differentiate your M experience from the norm. Today, thereâ€™s a lovely example of the latter available on eBay: