BMW's first mid-engine car was a fusion of German engineering and Italian design. Designed specifically for motorsport, the M1 used a tube space-frame chassis and fiberglass body designed by Giugiaro and a 3.5-liter inline six making 273 horsepower, good for a top speed of 162 MPH. This 1980 BMW M1 was imported to California from new and has remained in the original owner's family for nearly 40 years. The car was storage after the owner's death in the early '90s, before being delivered to Canepa in 2017 for a complete restoration to running condition. The service included replacing many consumable parts, replacing the cloth interior inserts, and a concours-level detail that brings this German supercar to like-new condition.