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Bmw 507 - 1956-1960Details click here
For bmw, which had just lost its main car plant to the eastern bloc as a result of the post-world war ii partition of germany, plans to get back into car production took a long time to come to fruition. It wasnt until 1952 that the 501 a limited-production six-cylinder model of basically prewar design saw the light of day.
Bmw Dixi 315 - 1929-1932Details click here
Bavarian motor works (bmw), a major manufacturer of motorcycles and airplane and truck engines, acquired the dixi automaking firm in october 1928. With the company came the dixi 315, a tiny car built under license as the german version of the austin seven. The dixi became the first automobile to bear the bmw badge.
Bmw M1 - 1979Details click here
The bmw ml was one of those international collaborative efforts whose background is more spectacular than the end result. Bmw powertrain, giugiaro-designed bodywork, chassis design and manufacture by lamborghini the ml certainly bore a pedigree that could have aroused interest in even the least-committed car enthusiast.
Bmw M535i - 1979-1988Details click here
Among the models bearing out bmws claim to make the fastest sedan in the world was the europe-only m535i, which could reach 143 mph. There were actually two: The 1979-80 version and the one rereleased in 1985 and discontinued with the advent of the m5. Neither should be confused with the tamer 5351, which was made available in north america.
Bmw R100 Rs1000 Cc - 1976Details click here
The highly conservative image of bmw, its infrequent model changes, and its devotion to its original concept bmw has used transverse flat-twin power units since the first r32 was built in 1923 could lay the munich firm open to the accusation that its stuffy. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Bmw has often headed some of the most dramatic developments in the evolution of motorcycles.
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