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Bicycles (48)

Flying (10)

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Cars (543)

BMW 320- 1938

BMW 320- 1938

A short-lived classic! The BMW 320 was built for just one year. First presented in July 1937, the 320 showed a close resemblance to the transitional 329. The 320 was smaller, lighter, and less expensive than its predecessor. The 320 was a high performance car with many admirers. 

BMW 3200S- 1963

BMW 3200S- 1963

The 500-series cars may not have been BMW’s most glamorous products, but these big and sturdy middle-class machines were the mainstay of the company’s car division from 1951 up until 1964. 

BMW 600 Saloon- 1958

BMW 600 Saloon- 1958

In 1957, BMW brought out a 4-seater development of the Isetta. The 600 (named for its engine size), has two doors: the swing-up front door as on the Isetta, and a door on the right side for passengers.

BMW 635CSi- 1989

BMW 635CSi- 1989

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BMW 700 Sports Coupe- 1960

BMW 700 Sports Coupe- 1960

The little-known and rarely seen BMW 700 Coupé is arguably one of the most important models in BMW’s post-war history. The first of the series and highest-selling variant in the 700 family (Coupé, Luxus LS, Limosin, Cabrio), the 700 Coupé was the brainchild of Austrian BMW importer and racer Wolfgang Denzel. 
 
BMW Bavaria 3.0S- 1973

BMW Bavaria 3.0S- 1973

BMW’s Bavaria model was a US-only model, derived from Europe’s 2500/2800/3000/3300 series of sedans. Known as the E3 among aficionados, it shared everything under the skin with the E9 Coupe, which many consider BMW’s most beautiful design.
BMW Dixi- 1930

BMW Dixi- 1930

One of Germany’s well-known car makers, BMW began building engines for airplanes. Forbidden to continue making airplane engines after WWI, BMW turned to engines for motorcycles and heavy trucks. 

BMW i3- 2013

BMW i3- 2013

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BMW Ihle 600- 1929

BMW Ihle 600- 1929

Gebráder Ihle Karosserie und Apparatebau was a body shop and engineering company in Germany. After the first world war it supplied vehicles for fairground operators. In 1934, they designed a sports-car body to be mounted on a BMW Dixi chassis. 

BMW Isetta 300- 1957

BMW Isetta 300- 1957

Driven by the need for post-WWII affordable transportation and restrictions placed by post-war agreements, in 1955 BMW decided to supplement slow sales of their larger models with an inexpensive car.

BMW Isetta 300- 1958

BMW Isetta 300- 1958

Driven by the need for post-war affordable transportation, BMW decided to supplement slow sales of their larger models with an inexpensive car. In 1955, BMW acquired the license from ISO (an Italian refrigerator company) to make this “bubble car.” 

BMW Motorad Boxer Cup Replika R1100S- 2004

BMW Motorad Boxer Cup Replika R1100S- 2004

This 2004 BMWr1100s can trace it roots back to the beginning of BMW motorcycles–the 1923 boxer twin called the r32.

BMW R2- 1931

BMW R2- 1931

BMW had only been building motorcycles for a few years when the world’s economy crashed. Timing and design were perfect, and the R2 quickly became a people’s favorite.

BMW R51-3- 1952

BMW R51-3- 1952

In 1923, the first BMW motorcycle was produced; in 1949, the first post-war bike appeared and demand for motorcycles was high.

BMX Style Bike- 2000s

BMX Style Bike- 2000s

On loan from Aaron Amstutz

This is a custom bicycle put together by Aaron Amstutz. “At the time it was new, this bike was considered a street/park/dirt jumping setup. It was not intended to be raced, however adding a padset, number plate, and removing the pegs is all that is needed to race. Even then, at over 30 lbs, it would be a disadvantage. The bike was built more for brute strength.”

 

Bond 875- 1967

Bond 875- 1967

Lawrie Bond designed his first three-wheeler in 1948. His most famous was the Bond Minicar–the longest-lived and most successful of Britain’s minimal motoring cars. The replacement for the minicar was the Bond 875.

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