One of the first of BMWs cars to feature the iconic Hofmeister Kink, and the last representative of BMWs early post-war luxury coupe line, the BMW 3200 CS left a mark on BMWs sense of car design that has lasted to this very day. It was the last car with a massive V8 engine to emerge from BMW warehouses for quite some time, and the last car to have a solid rear axle. It is unusual among coupes in that it can seat four comfortably, one might even say luxuriously. Make no mistake, this was a luxury car. There were only 603 built, each one handcrafted and lovingly assembled in a way that costs millions of dollars to do in this day and age. No records exist as to how many survived, but even if the full production run were on the market, the 3200 CS is still a remarkably rare car from a time when BMW was targeting the hearts and wallets of the rich and well-to-do of the world and simultaneously flaunting economy, efficiency, and affordability with its line of micro-economy cars such as the 600 and 700.
Looking to purchase a classic BMW?
While it might be tempting to jump on the opportunity to buy a BMW 3200 CS immediately if you manage to find one, the astounding rarity of this car make it all the more important that it receives an extremely thorough examination- either from you or from a professional inspector (its well worth the money to have it professionally inspected, as it is their job to see things that others may have missed concerning the real condition of a vehicle and thus, its value). For more tips, information, and advice with regards to the 3200 CS or indeed any classic car, you should give the wonderful people out at the Beverly Hills Car Club a call! The talented pros that make up the Beverly Hills Car Club team have a passion for classic cars of all shapes and sizes, and if youre interested in buying, they would be more than willing to aid you in your search- or offer you a car and a price, if they have it in their lovely showroom.
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