The 1959 BMW 507 was the last production model year of the short-lived 507, which was killed not by a lack of style or indeed any design decisions, but rather by the economy into which it was born. By all accounts, the BMW 507 is a beautiful, powerful vehicle, both luxurious and uncompromising in its engineering. The 507 was among the first BMW designs to feature more modern and aggressive aesthetics, especially compared to its predecessors, which were colloquially known as baroque angels for their aesthetic design choices which tended towards the extravagant, some might even say the excessive. Despite the economic climate that prevented it from being financially viable to produce, the 507 was still very well-regarded in the car world, and remains so today. Elvis Presley owned two 507s, for instance, a not insignificant percentage of the mere hundreds that were made before being discontinued in 59.
Looking to purchase a classic BMW?
For a car as rare and exclusive as the 1959 BMW 507, anyone looking to buy one needs to be extremely serious about their research. Once you manage to actually find one of these relatively elusive vehicle, making sure that its in good shape means potentially spending a large amount of time and effort- not to mention money- vetting both the car and the seller to make sure youre getting a fair deal and know exactly what youre buying. Or, you could contact the Beverly Hills Car Club showroom.
The Beverly Hills Car Club has years of experience and a reputation for not only fair deals, but also great deals on classic cars of nearly any description, up to and including the rare 507. They are a professional, highly experienced team who holds integrity and appreciation for classic vehicles above all else, and if you mirror their feelings towards the BMW 507 and want to own one, or simply want to learn more, the Beverly Hills Car Club is eagerly awaiting your call!
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