The 1967 BMW 2000 was put to the test the year of its production, and for its troubles, it was described as the best performing 2-liter sedan in today’s market and the best handling and best riding as well, by Road and Track. Similarly favorable reviews of the car were very widespread, and sales of both the 2000 and 2000TI were excellent. In short, the New Class of automobiles was doing hilariously well, and things didn’t seem to be slowing down much at all for BMW. They’d earned it, considering how close they were to falling apart only a few years earlier. The era of the New Class, however, would soon draw to a close, as BMW phased them out in favor of newer developments in the early 70s.
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The 1967 BMW 2000 production year, as with those before it, consisted of the original 2000 sedan and the 2000TI. The 2000, as was usual due to regulations present in North America, consisted of the European version, with rectangular headlights, and the North American version, with a set of four circular headlights. The North American model is very rare compared to the European type, and so be sure to watch out for examples of it in good condition! If you find any examples of the 2000 that appear to be in good condition, its supremely important that you get it inspected by a knowledgeable professional before doing anything involving money! You never know what they might find, and even if they find nothing, a professional evaluation of how much the car is worth is only ever beneficial.
For more information regarding the BMW 2000, you should contact the Beverly Hills Car Club. Their staff of talented and experienced professionals is very, very helpful, and they are always ready to answer whatever questions you might have about the 2000, or indeed any other classic car! They also have an extensive showroom that might just house the car youre looking for.
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