The BMW 327/28 represented the top of the range in the Bavarian house's price list in 1938: it was presented in April of that year to satisfy the customers' request for a more performing engine. Produced in only 569 copies as an evolution of the already existing 327, it is a BMW "M" ante litteram. The BMW engineers equipped the elegant car with the most powerful engine derived from the 328, powered by a 6-cylinder engine resulting from research in the field of motorsport which was capable of delivering 80 HP, allowing the 327/28 to reach 145Km / h of maximum speed!
This jewel is an excellent synthesis between the qualities of great open tourism and a sports car: a true masterpiece of mechanics and design. In those years it became a status symbol among the faithful of the Third Reich, prominent figures in politics and devotees of the socialist party.
Even today this car is a safe investment to combine the pleasure of driving with a future revaluation: among fans of the brand, the 327/28 is considered to be one of the most beautiful convertibles of its time.
This specimen of the BMW 327/28 Cabriolet from 1938 has been expertly restored, preserving the originality of its components, visible at the Ruote da Sogno showroom in Reggio Emilia.
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Schon lange vor Kriegsbeginn machte sich die Rohstoffknappheit bemerkbar, um so unglaublicher erschien zu diesem Zeitpunkt die Mitteilung, dass es ein neues Modell mit betont sportlicher Note- geben.....
In the winter of 1937 BMW introduced the genius model 327 convertible but it initially didn’t sell well since it was the wrong season for a convertible. Customers only slowly recognized and appreciated.....
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The road test car featured in both The Motor and The Autocar in 1939
Ex Ronnie Symondson and single family ownership for 55 years
£200,000 nut and bolt restoration
The thing that surprises many people (including myself) when they first pilot a 1930s 320 series BMW is just how modern they feel when compared most other cars of the period. Given that the specification.....