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BMW F07 Safari: It’s Time for a Desert Crossing!

Posted in BMW, Cool Stuff, Custom, Wheels by MrAngry | November 26th, 2010 | 1 Response |

F07 Safari

Tell me that Indiana Jones wouldn’t have been totally stoked if he would’ve been able to steal this BMW in 1981’s Raiders of the Lost Ark, instead of that crappy Nazi truck he ended up with. Here we see a 2010 BMW 5 series GT that has been converted into a WWII-esque army sled. This flat green military gem was created by Japan’s Studio AG custom house for no other reason than they thought it would be a cool idea to execute a new BMW with some old school styling queues.

F07 Safari

It’s called the “F07 Safari” and right from the get-go you can see it’s unlike any other custom BMW out there. For the most part custom BMW’s are all flash with bright colors, polished wheels and a few performance mods. With this one though Studio AG decided to add some custom touches, but play them down a bit. For instance, an AC Schnitzer front-half bumper cover was installed, but it was cut and modified to fit some trick LED lights.

F07 Safari

Then there was the addition of the 19-inch AC Schnitzer Type IV wheels that look great in flat green paint, but aren’t over the top. Combine that with some subtle white and red military style accents and you’ve got a BMW custom like no other. I dig it when people think outside the box.

Source: Jonsibal.com

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  1. Set says:

    That’s an amazing look for the BMW. Bravo for taking a risk.