BMW 326 Sedan 1936 In beautiful condition
The BMW 326 was built from the year 1936 until the war began in 1941, and was the first model of the German brand with four doors. The car that we hereby offer for sale comes from the year 1936 and is equipped with the matching numbers 1971cc six-cylinder engine and manual 4-speed gearbox. This BMW 326 was restored in the past and the black paintwork is in good condition. The interior is in beautiful condition with the white steering wheel, black painted dashboard and white upholstery. A true feast for the eyes. Are you looking for a beautiful pre-war classic with which you can ride beautiful tours? This BMW 326 is worth a visit to our showroom.
For US customers:
Our cars can be picked up from our New Jersey warehouse (Linden, NJ) from Monday till Saturday.
Price for shipping a car from The Netherlands to our New Jersey warehouse is USD 1800. This price excludes 3% import duties and excludes shipping from NJ to your home address.
Our staff in New Jersey can quote you home delivery. Mileage is read from the odometer, can not be proven unless stated otherwise.
Buy your classic car safe and secure from the biggest classic car dealer in Europe. We have shipped thousands of classic cars from/to buyers and sellers in the USA and worldwide. All cars are priced in USD. You can pay on our US bank account so no exchange rate issues for you.
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ERclassics, Kleiweg 1, 5145 NA WAALWIJK
Telephone: + 31 416751393
Showroom open Monday till Saturday 09.00-17.00hrs. Every first sunday of the month open from 12.00-16.00hrs. All cars we advertise are in our showroom in the Netherlands.
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