BMW - 326 - 1936

BMW - 326 - 1936
Can be picked up in: Netherlands - without registration papers - 8546 km - 5 - In need of restoration (barn find)

The BMW 326 was a medium-sized sedan, designed by Fritz Fiedler and produced by BMW between 1936 and 1941, after WW2 shortly under Soviet control. The 326 was BMW's first four-door sedan. It had an innovative design and sold well despite its relatively high price.

The model was styled by Peter Schimanowski and was available as a four-door sedan and as a two-door or four-door convertible. The 326 sedan was the first 4-door BMW to be available. The BMW 320, BMW 321, BMW 327 and BMW 335 were all based on the 326. The model had a streamlined body. The 1971 cc six-cylinder line engine was a variation of the engine in the 319 and had a four-speed gearbox.

The 326 was introduced at the Berlin Motor Show in February 1936 and was a success. The factory in Eisenach had produced 15,949 vehicle by the time production ceased in 1941.

This car is a barn find, it has stood still for 20 years in a heated garage. The engine is complete and it works. The body doesn’t have any rotten areas but needs to be restored. Car and engine are original, a perfect base for a restoration.

The car can be viewed and picked up in Sassenheim, the Netherlands.

Lot details
Model Type
Located in
Body style
Mileage reading
8546 km
Registration papers
without registration papers
Horse Power
Condition (Overall)
5 - In need of restoration (barn find)
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