One thing we love here at AutoSpies are unique cars.

Vehicles that speak to the owner and personality behind him or her.

That's what makes a car or truck awesome and also why brands like MINI have been so successful. People want to express themselves through the product.

Now when a vendor, who is a user on Bimmerpost, had a special customer drive up to his shop for tints he certainly didn't expect to see what he did. It was a BMW Individual 6-Series M-Sport painted in Atacama Yellow.

Now that's not a bad thing by any means. It's unique and, frankly, it's a great color -- maybe not on a 6'er in my humble opinion.

BUT the one thing that some may find a bit...troubling...was the owner's decision to paint the wheels on the car to match. YUP! He/she did it.

Any suggestions for the owner with the fresh tints?

So I'm sitting at my desk, awaiting a customer to arrive for a tint appointment on a 2012 6-series vert. Several moments I noticed the car pull up on the surveillance cameras, but the angle on the camera was only able to capture a small part of the car so it was near the edge of the screen. At first I tripped thinking I was seeing a yellow 6-series and then figured it must have been the camera colors and it was just the typical Alpine White 6-series I was used to seeing...

I go to greet the customer and holy f***ing s**t it was a Atacama Yellow 6-Series F12. At first I was convinced it was vinyl wrapped, but it wasn't..then painted... but no... customer explained its a Special Ordered Atacama Yellow direct from BMW, fresh off European Delivery. But wait... theres more, it's a LEASE !

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An Atacama Yellow BMW 6-Series M-Sport Convertible With ONE Problem

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