A BMW has always been something special - and therefore technically sophisticated and expensive. In the 1950s, the Bavarian manufacturer was on the brink of losing their business autonomy due to this ambitious project, but nevertheless, BMW managed to create immortal classics with their models 503 and 507.
In his extensive BMW sports car chronicle, Georg Seeliger, a car historian and BMW specialist, describes the history of the BMW models 503 / 507 and 3200 CS, the triumvirate that still captivates observers today.
The author extensively interviewed the creator of the 507, Albrecht Graf Goertz;
he got an insight into the board protocols and never before published internal BMW documents; he reconstructs the prototype and series production; he shows the derivations and modifications of the 503, 507 and the 3200 CS in great detail and documents all the available colour and option combinations.
With detailed technical specifications and many never before published photos from private ownership.
222 PAGES, PUBLISHER = Motorbuch Verlag, TEXT = GERMAN
- Type of Object
- No. of items
- Model/ Title
- BMW 503/507 – Die V8 Sportmodelle
- Gebundene Ausgabe in Deutsch
- As new
- 3×27×25 cm
- Year (youngest object)