BMW AG originated with three other manufacturing companies, Rapp Motorenwerke and Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (BFw) in Bavaria, and Fahrzeugfabrik Eisenach in Thuringia. Aircraft engine manufacturer Rapp Motorenwerke became Bayerische Motorenwerke in 1916. The engine manufacturer, which built proprietary industrial engines after World War I, was then bought by the owner of BFw who then merged BFw into BMW and moved the engine works onto BFw's premises. BFw's motorcycle sideline was improved upon by BMW and became an integral part of their business.
Little did Karl Rapp, Camillo Castiglioni, and Franz Josef Popp the founders of BMW would ever imagine in 100 years that their vision would turn into an automotive lifestyle. Creating a brand that would share a $39 billion aftermarket industry.
WIth the aid of LTMW, a Street Fighter L.A. kit was custom molded to the E90 giving it a wider stance to it's original body line. Adding a 335/30/18 Toyo Tires R888 to the rear and 295/30/18 to the front wrapping up some 18'' RVL IVY center locking wheels. Running 12.5'' in the rear and 11'' on the front. Talk about deep dish!
AIrLift air suspension was chosen to lay out this custom E90 build.