Tag: retro BMW

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1985 BMW E23 728i – Classified of the Week

Sports cars, luxury cars, hot hatches, roadsters – they’re all cars we associate with the genre that is classic cars. They all have a quality, a spirit if you will that keeps the interest burning for years and years. That’s why we have so many MGBs, Healeys, TVRs and RS2000s. The executive car, however, is […]

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BMW Z3 – The Time Is Now

As we sit down to write this, we do so in the knowledge that this week, there will be a heatwave. And as such, this has led us down the path of convertibles, or more specifically, two-seat roadsters. After all, there is little better in life than going for a blast in a car that’s […]

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1982 BMW 635CSi – Project Profile

The 1980s were the golden age of the executive coupe, and while the E24 from BMW may have come to market in 1976, there is no denying that it was truly in its stride from ‘80 to ‘89 when BMW killed it off. In the decade of excess, of ‘loadsamoney’ and of giant car phones, […]

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1985 BMW M635CSi – Classified of the Week

There are few pieces of automotive design that exude performance and luxury. Sure, almost everyone will associate Rolls Royce’s Silver Lady with the pinnacle of motoring, but if you’re thinking aggressive performance and comfortable cruising, you’ve probably let BMW’s ‘Shark Nose’ cross your mind. BMW launched the E24 6-Series model back in 1976 but it […]

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1992 BMW 850i – Classified of the Week

The 1980s were a time of serious excess. Bigger was better, loud wasn’t loud enough, subtlety was not on the table. It was a decade for making a statement, for flashing one’s cash and for getting all up in the face of your fellow man want whatever you had, for example, your car. ‘But the […]

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Five Beautiful BMWs

BMW’s designers have gone a bit, well, there’s no way of getting around this, they’ve gone a bit mad. It was even said by one of the bosses that the cars currently being designed look the way they look in order to simply get a reaction. It’s not a design thing any more, it’s a […]