The 1966 BMW 1600 is the last production year of the 1600 as a four-door sedan. Its legacy would live all the way up to the early to mid seventies in the form of the BMW 1602, alternatively known as the BMW 1600-2. As for the original 1600, it had already been outdone a full year before it even started production by the 1800, which put out nearly 50 more horsepower! The 1600, after the having replaced the 1500, was more affordable and a bit more economical, and was still great fun to drive, being known as one of the smartest cars on the road. In fact, the New Class as a whole was a remarkably intelligent decision. It was truly the perfect kind of car introduced with utterly impeccable timing to the new middle class consumers who were fervently clamoring for a sporty-feeling mid-size sedan to get them to and from places while also feeling good and comfortable, not to mention fun to drive.
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As far as the 1966 BMW 1600 is concerned, the first place you should check should honestly be the Beverly Hills Car Club. They have a showroom thats second-to-none and chock full of classic cars from all over both history and the world! Manned by a staff committed to sharing their appreciation for classic cars, even if they dont have exactly what youre looking for in the showroom itself, they have the connections and the means to acquire most any classic car you could possibly want- including a 1600. Led by a team of experienced professionals who have spent years surrounded by and absorbing all things classic car, theres not a more trustworthy or passionate community of car-lovers in the world than the Beverly Hills Car Club.
Theyd be happy to provide any details or information you could ask for, so dont wait! Give them a call today, and discover not only a wonderful place to buy cars, but an equally beautiful community dedicated to one of lifes primary vehicular passions.
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