The 1952 BMW 501 is a luxury vehicle that many classic car fans would love to get their hands on. These roomy vehicles were popular among buyers due to their roomy interiors that comfortably sat drivers and passengers. These large vehicles weighed about 2,900 pounds. This vehicle had a twin sausage front grill design that was also a key feature of the predecessor to this vehicle. An inline straight-six engine that produced up to 65 horsepower powers the car. It could reach 60 miles per hour in 30 seconds, so it was not an incredibly fast vehicle. It could reach a top speed of 85 miles per hour. The hardest thing about purchasing these vehicles is that replacement parts can be quite difficult to come across.
The car also had a four-speed manual transmission standard so that the driver could have more gear control over the vehicle. The strong perimeter frame was created for added strength and the double A-arm front suspension with torsion bar springs provided both the driver and passengers with an extremely comfortable car ride. The braking system on this vehicle is an efficient one with great stopping ability. The car was also known for its high quality heating system. Most drivers saw an average of 23 miles per gallon with this vehicle.
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