This 1967 BMW 1800 takes an iconic classic style and gives you
upgrades like a larger motor, five-speed, and a driver-ready A/C
interior. So the sharp-handling classic you love still has that
awesome vintage design, and now it delivers even more of the
dynamics that make this The Ultimate Driving Machine.
Confidence is a beautiful thing, and BMW truly created a form that
today we recognize as using a clean design as an understatement to
the car's abilities. There's minimal flash and other add-ons to
spoil the design. No spoilers or wings were bolted on over the
years. Instead, it retains the original well-creased style that
creates the same confident and premium appearance as a tailored
suit. The sedan's shade of green will fit in with a Bavarian
forest, and it shows off the car's complete trim. Big windows give
the driver unparalleled views in all directions, and the grille
carries the dual kidney shape that's still part of BMW today. In
fact, possibly the largest flash on this car are the alloy wheels
(they are an upgrade to hint at the later/larger power under the
This is part of the first generation of a new class of sport sedans
from BMW, and the interior shows off why they were such a big hit.
There's practical space for people in the back, and this one even
has cold-blowing R134a air conditioning to keep everyone
comfortable. But the true heart of the appeal was that this
practical sedan was also one of the best sports cars around. You
get that vintage performance feeling with the classic grippy
steering wheel and full VDO readouts w/tach. Plus, this one is
upgraded in subtle ways, like the front seats are vintage
Recaro-style units finished in leather. And have you counted the
gears on the shifter yet?
The forward-tilt hood gives a clear view of the engine bay. The
1800 made such a splash with this gutsy four-cylinder So it's nice
to have it on full display. But while the car's namesake was a
1800cc unit, this one has been upgraded to a later and larger
2200cc motor. That's almost like adding an extra cylinder over the
stock setup! And you get to take better advantage of the added
power because the five-speed manual transmission is one more gear
than stock. You'll love driving this because it remains a
sharp-handling BMW with a fully independent suspension, front disc
brakes, and rear Bilstein shocks. And the upgraded wheels allow you
to fit modern sport tires.
Complete with owner's manual, the 1800 sedan is the backbone of
BMW, and this stealthily modified example upgrades the already
awesome driving experience. So don't let something this unique and
vintage pass you by. Call today!!!
1967 BMW 1 Series
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