Older BMW’s are rare finds. This is a BMW 1800, likely a 1967 or 1968 model when they changed the front grill area. Older models had round headlights, whereas here we have rectangular headlights. Production of this model ended in 1971.
This car is part of the “New Class” series, a line of compact coupes and sedans produced between 1962 and 1977.
BMW’s were always cool from this era forward into the 1980’s with the forward angle on the front grill area, as you can see here clearly from the side angle. Almost like a front fin.
Let’s take a look at the front. You can see the classic BMW middle part to the grill, though a bit smaller I believe compared to now. The bumper looks like a battering ram, great for the autobahn if you are in a rush. Move it! Personally, I just flash my high beams when I am rolling on the highway.
Nice leather steering wheel. Get some matching gloves and you’re all set.
Love the chrome trim around the windows shining bright, and down along the side of the car. Brilliant!
A boxy rear to this BMW 1800. Interesting logo badge to the right of the plate, I like it…
Huge visibility, look at those rear view windows, holy crap! You could take a nap and still see out that back window.
Looks like someone has definitely put that bumper to use.
Love all that glass. Today, visibility is not good in many cars, but this is just a fish bowl. Nice looking logos on the wheels too, a nice touch.
Not sure what to make of the skull and cross bones, but go for it. There you have it…the BMW 1800!