The BMW 328 was presented for the first time to the public on 14 June 1936, on the occasion of the Eifelrennen, when the German roadster took first place in the category, driven by the expert Ernst Henne. The car was regularly put up for sale in 1937 and until 1940.
This lot also includes a model of the BMW 507, another roadster produced by the Bavarian car manufacturer from 1955 to 1959 and designed by count Albrecht von Goertz.
Both models are in BMW promotional editions with plastic display box and folding top.
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- No. of items
- Minichamps e Schuco (promozionali)
- Marque/Model Type
- BMW 328 & BMW 507 decappottabile
- Additional Information
- The BMW 328 reproduces the car that won the 1938 Mille Miglia
- black and ivory
- In original box