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Bmw 3151 - 1935-1937Details click here
Launched in 1933, the 303 had been the first bmw six-cylinder, with a displacement of only 1175 cc. From april of 1934, the 303 was replaced by the 315, with the engine increased in capacity to 1.5 litres, and distinguished more its flexibility and responsiveness than outright performance. But bmw had a natural inclination towards sporting cars and later that year unveiled a sporting derivative of its small six: The 3151.
Bmw 327 - 1938-1940Details click here
The swank bmw 327 was a teutonic beauty a streamlined adornment for the salad days of the third reich. When the advanced engine of the sporting 328 was installed, the model became the 327328. Only 569 of these high-priced two-seat coupes and convertibles were made before world war ii put an end to production. Nearly 500 were convertibles.
Bmw 328 Mille Miglia - 1940Details click here
Although world war ii had begun, italy was still neutral when the 1940 mille miglia (thousand miles) was run in abbreviated form. Restricted to 1,000 km., it was won by a bmw 328.
Bmw 502 - 1954-1961Details click here
The 502, bmws first v8 model, and the first post-world war ii german v8, was basically the same as the bmw 501 but with a bigger engine. In addition to the factory-built four-door sedan, autenrieth and baur made customized coupes and convertibles. Total 502 output was 5,955.
Bmw 503 - 1956-1960Details click here
Along with the 507 roadster, bmws first post-world war ii sports model was the 503. This consisted of a 2 + 2 coupe and convertible equipped with the larger of the two v8 engines that the company furnished the 502. While its relatively heavy weight held top speed below ferrari or maserati levels, the 503 was a luxuriously finished prestige item. Its high sticker price limited production to little more than 400
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