Rust Free, Complete, and Cheap: 1976 BMW 2002

Most cars cycle through from the new car lot to the used car lot and the junkyard.  They are transportation, and nobody really cares about them other than a select few folks with a sentimental attachment of some sort. … more»

Premium Motor: 1974 BMW 2002 Project

BMW hit the ball out of the park with its 2002. Introduced in 1968 as a successor to the 1600, it was the happy confluence of several disparate events. The first of these involved two BMW managers who –… more»

Survivor 1937 BMW 327 Cabriolet Barn Find

Offered via Hemmings Motor News in Villa Park, Illinois is this barn find 1938 BMW 327 convertible, with an asking price (negotiable) of $79,500. Although the interior is a mess, the rest of the car looks largely intact. It… more»

1 of 10! 1938 BMW 328 Factory Recreation

In 1976 the Sbarro factory in Switzerland built 80 recreations of the 1938 BMW 328 roadster with only ten made for export to the United States. This particular car is number six of the ten and can be found… more»

Unbelievable 230 Car Barn Find Stash!

One of the best stories you can learn about when tracking barn finds is a massive cache of vehicles that no one seemingly knew about. According to the auction listing description, this collection in Europe was built without much… more»

Rare Barn Find: 1938 BMW 327

The BMW 327 was a touring car (both coupe and cabriolet) built between 1937 and 1941 – and briefly again after World War II. Production numbers were small, so these automobiles were not widely seen when new and less… more»

Some Assembly Required: Pair of 1957 Isetta 300s

The Isetta was a quirky, Italian-deigned microcar built in several countries, including Germany and the UK. Due to its egg-shaped appearance and bubble-like windows, it became known as a “bubble car” and was capable of achieving 78 mpg on… more»

Dover White Project: 1965 BMW R27

I have a soft spot for vintage BMWs of almost every stripe, and that includes the two-wheeled variety. The post-war years saw BMW emerge as a fledgling company looking to rebound from the devastation of WWII, and its motorcycle… more»

Missing Pieces: 1971 BMW 2800CS

We’ve all been there: a project car gets so far only for us to run out of steam and wonder if we’re in it for the long haul. I have long been challenged by the notion that the years… more»

Stored 40 Years: 1974 BMW 2002 Tii

One of BMW’s most successful automobiles was the 1960s and 1970s 2002 Series. It was a sporty, smaller touring car that was powered by a 2-liter inline-4. One version was the Tii which was fuel-injected while other variants were… more»

Group 2 Body Kit: 1972 BMW 2002 Tii

This 1972 BMW 2002 Tii has a few things going for it if you want a project. The 2002 is obviously sought after in Tii specifications, but this one is also claimed to be a very early production model,… more»

Pint-Sized Collection: Six (6) Micro Cars

A micro car (also microcar) is said to be the smallest of all sizes of an automobile, with three or four wheels and likely an engine smaller than 43 cubic inches (700cc). And sometimes they’re afforded separate regulations pertaining… more»

BMW Chassis Swap: 1981 Checker Marathon

Sometimes, a listing just demands more details than the seller offers. In most cases, it’s because vital details are missing, but in this instance, we just want to know how this project came into existence. This is a genuine… more»

Modified Roundie: 1971 BMW 2002

On some occasions, when you read a description for a car, you instantly forget about any cosmetic concerns and just get more enthralled by the upgrades made by a previous owner. The round taillight BMW 2002, commonly referred to… more»

Restore or Recycle? BMW 2800CS Shell

If you follow old BMWs to any extent, you already know the E9 chassis cars are fairly pricey in either restored or survivor condition. Even if it’s a project, cars that aren’t terribly rusty still pull a decent number… more»

Florida Bimmer: 1998 BMW M3 Five-Speed

In most states, this car would qualify for “Collector” license plates, since it’s more than 20 years old now. A 1998 BMW M3 with collector plates? I bet there are more than a few out there, although there can… more»