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A Mint Exclusive: ’62 BMW 700 Cabriolet

BMW 700 Fr

We featured a rare 700 Cabriolet a few months ago and a nearly identical twin has popped onto the market and ours exclusively.

The 700 is one of several models credited with having rescued BMW from being swallowed up by Mercedes-Benz. When production ended, over 188,000 had been produced, and that level of commercial success enabled the company, supported by a major shareholder named Herbert Quandt, to block the threatened take-over. The cutesy styling was by Giovanni Michelotti – with a little resemblance to the Triumph Herald. A coupé and a cabriolet like today’s featured car, were also produced, with bodies made by Karosserie Baur of Stuttgart.  Read More


Potentially nice: ’72 BMW 2002


BMW fans call these “roundies” because they have round tail lights and small, chrome bumpers. All 2002 model Bimmers are prized but the roundie is the one people want first. It is difficult to find unrestored 2002s in decent condition because they were prone to rust. One has a better chance of finding a nice one on the west coast so easterners rarely get an opportunity to find one locally and avoid shipping costs. Read More


Bavarian Creme: ’73 BMW 3.0 CS

BMW 3.0 CSWe are entitled to our opinions. We get that. That is why we have a Comments section at the end of each post. So when we say the E 9 Coupes are one of the most beautiful Coupes around, you won’t yell and call us morons. But how could you disagree? A long front hood, elegant cabin and a short rear deck are the hallmarks of a great design. Back in the olden days, you had really fast horses up front and just enough space for the driver and a friend. Nothing has changed much. We rest our case. Read More