BMW True North + Pfaff Show
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Sunday, October 19, 2o14
On a chilly Sunday, the folks from BMW True North were hanging out at BMW Mississuga with the Pfaff team, celebrating the acquisition of BMW Mississauga by the Pfaff group. Pfaff has been doing some really great things in the past few years, so we can expect this to be a groundbreaking move on their part. We’re not sure of any concrete plans for the future, but seeing as Pfaff put together their first car show this year, we think we’ll be seeing more community involvement from their side of things.
The BMW True North and Pfaff collaboration show brought out all sorts of iconic BMW models, each one tuned and personalized to their owners’ tastes. One of our favourite takes on the M3 platform was this Importfest and RestyleIt branded mean, green machine. The hood vents add so much to the already aggressive look.
Another instant favourite was this stunning E46 M3. The unique colour is actually a rare limited edition factory paint, preserved beautifully over the years. Just the right amount of subtle body mods and the wheels let you know that this car is all business.
This classic Bimmer was full of personality, especially with an old-school boom-box to match the old-school styling. The crossed out headlights were a really nice touch.
The BMW M Coupe is a rare sight anywhere, let alone 3 different examples from 2 generations of BMW.
The event also served as a great opportunity for the BMW dealership to show off some new models to the crowd, like this M4 Cabriolet and the newest M3 sedan in Yas Marina Blue.
Inside the dealership, visitors got a good look at a new M6 Gran Coupe in a special frozen grey paint which looks absolutely stunning. This is definitely one of our favourite shades of grey, right up there with gun metal.
Being that the event was to celebrate Pfaff’s acquisition of the dealership, the event wouldn’t be complete without one of Pfaff’s very own: The new Porsche 911, which looks incredible from all angles in white on black wheels.
These two owners subscribe to the idea that their BMW isn’t only about performance, but practicality, with each one sporting a roof rack and bicycles.
Around the side of the building, BMW True North members were given a backdrop and BMW True North flags for photo opportunities. One especially cool looking Bimmer was this stunner with the modified M-Sport kit and Volk Racing wheels.
The event proved to be a great time for everyone who attended, even our furry little friends. Nick of BMW True North put together a fantastic event with the help of Pfaff and BMW of Mississauga, and we’re thankful for the extended invitation. We hope to see more community shows like this from Pfaff and their associates in the near future, as well as more BMW True North events, which always seem to be a blast for everyone involved. For some, this was the last show of the season, and it ended on a high note.