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Win a BMW M poster book

We have 750 special edition poster books to give away, featuring the very best BMW M images from the evo archives

BMW M has been leading the field in the performance car sector since the early ‘70s, and to celebrate its legacy evo is giving away 750 special edition poster books to showcase all things M.

This bespoke BMW M poster book brings together the very best BMW M images from the evo archive, all as detachable glossy posters in A3 size (you can preview some of the featured images in the gallery above).

A mix of iconic vehicles from the past and the cars of today, this limited run book tells the story of M through stunning photography. To be in with a chance of winning one of these books, all you have to do is fill out the form below and we’ll notify you by Friday 30th April if you’ve been successful.

Terms and conditions

  • To apply for this giveaway, entrants must complete the form above
  • This giveaway is open to UK residents only
  • Giveaway entry closes midnight 31st March
  • Winners will receive notification of their win within one month of giveaway closing
  • No cash alternative
  • Winners are selected at random by Dennis Publishing from eligible entrants in line with the giveaway terms and conditions

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