BMW

Stored 35 Years: 1958 BMW Isetta 300

That’s a big storage unit for such a small car, I wish I had that much spare room. We have seen many Isettas on Barn Finds over the years and this is one of the most Barn Find’y ones… more»

Original Paint! 1974 BMW 3.0CS Survivor

When it comes to E9 BMWs, buying a project-grade specimen really isn’t the way to go unless it’s free or has zero rust. Rarely, do those two paths come together, and while a finished car will cost you a… more»

Rare Performance Package: 2004 BMW 330i ZHP

This 2004 BMW 330i ZHP is more modern than we normally feature, but it definitely fits the definition of an emerging classic. The ZHP option was a rare sport package offered between the normal sport trim and the top… more»

Fresh Rebuild: 1988 BMW M5

Generally speaking, if you tell the owner of any BMW that wears the “M” badge that their classic requires an engine rebuild, the reaction will be to hyperventilate and then apply for a mortgage on the family home. That… more»

Upgraded Engine: 1970 BMW 2002

When it comes to BMW 2002s these days, getting a good deal requires getting to the house with the car in the garage before the other guy does. You’d also be wise to have a trailer in tow and… more»

Rare German Exotic: 1981 BMW M1

Kyle Knorr found this 1981 BMW M1 that is being auctioned at Garage Dream Auctions and sent it to us to review. The car has an interesting history beginning with its original sale in Montabaur, Germany in 1981. The… more»

No Reserve 1988 BMW M3 Project

$40,000 for a car that needs an engine rebuild: if there’s any further proof needed that the E30 M3 market is still completely bananas, look no further. This example of BMW’s halo car of the 1980s is a dusty… more»

Tired But Worthy: 1988 BMW M3

The E30 BMW M3 needs no introduction: it has arrived as a collector car, and that isn’t going to change. It’s joined the ranks of the air-cooled 911, the Mustang Cobra, and other limited production performance models. Ironically, it… more»

Rare 1991 BMW Z1 With Only 2,377 Miles!

The Z1 is certainly one of the most unusual cars to come from BMW and that’s saying something for a company that gave us the front-door Isetta, the “Bangle butt” cars, the 5-Series Gran Tourismo hatchback, and the famous… more»

Todd’s Garage: 1972 BMW 2002 tii Project

Before the birth of the iconic 3-series, BMW’s 2002 defined the now-popular class of two-door sports sedans. Parked since at least 2007, this 1972 BMW 2002 tii found a home in my garage after a friend decided it needed… more»

Fire Sale: Aston Martin, Singer Porsche, and More!

This 1970 Aston Martin V8 Vantage is an obvious burn victim, with barely any recognizable details left beyond the classic wire wheels with knock-off hubs that managed to survive the blaze. The real story isn’t just a solitary vintage… more»

Real Deal? 1975 BMW 2002 Turbo

This 1975 BMW 2002 Turbo in Bellingham, Washington *could* be one rare bird, a 1-of-1,672 factory 2002 Turbo. With this body style, produced from 1966 to 1976, BMW defined a popular class of car, the two-door sports sedan. The… more»

Daily Driver? 1957 BMW Isetta

It isn’t that unusual to see classic vehicles from the 1950s and 1960s being used as daily drivers. These are usually (but not always) larger cars, station wagons, and pickups. However, finding a micro-car that has been used this… more»

Beautiful Baur: 1984 BMW 323i

Manufacturers have dabbled with different takes on the convertible roof throughout automotive history, from the don’t-use-it-unless-you-have-to soft topĀ  (I’m looking at you, Porsche Speedster) to retractable hardtops that have dotted the landscape since the 1960s. With consumers always being… more»

Four-Door 2002! 1973 BMW 2500

If you love the iconic BMW 2002 sport sedan, but enjoy the convenience of four doors, this may be your lucky day! This 1973 BMW 2500 in Fleming Island, Florida features many of the attractive styling cues of the… more»

Estate Sale Rarities: BMW 323i Turbo & 2000CS Coupe

Generally speaking, my jets have cooled a bit in terms of my love for all-things BMW. You might say I’ve over-indexed on the brand in my own collection of project cars, hence why you’ll see some changes in my… more»