1938/40 BMW 328 Kamm Saloon
Originally created by BMW for a possible Berlin-Rome race — it was an event that never happened given WWII. Eventually the Kamm Coupe was raced in the Mille Miglia (Brescia event), its unique aerodynamic shape penned by Professor Wunibald Kamm and designed by Wilhelm Meyerhuber who was head of the styling department at BMW upon a standard 328 chassis that had been stretched 7.9 inches. Eventually it appeared in the 1940 Mille Miglia and was very competitive and leading into the final few hours of the race before the engine let it down. It survived the war and was used in several events post-WWII until its demise in an accident in 1953. BMW built a recreation several years. It was a one-off experimental prototype.
My version of the KAMM is more of stylized saloon with the influx of modern M3 drivetrain parts. It would be the perfect vehicle for weekend getaways given the large rear parcel for hauling of bags and assorted gear.