More than 180 participants with around 120 BMW M model vehicles of all sorts ranging from the original M1 supercar to the latest M3 took part in an official gathering at the Bavarian automaker’s headquarters in Munich, Germany this past weekend. All participants were members of the BMW M-Power club which is limited to owners of the specific model series. The lucky chaps spent the day visiting BMW’s M head office, the BMW World center and the Bavarian firm’s museum. Moreover, along with showing off their latest offerings that included the 2009 M6 with the Competition package, the German automaker treated the M-Power community members with an exclusive close up of the M1 Homage Concept. Hit the jump to view the image gallery. -Continued
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