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    1560364

      Model: BMW 1600-2
      Year: 1968
      Manufactured Date: 09/19/1967
      Original Color: Chamonix
      Sunroof: Standard
      Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
      Current Color: Chamonix
      Current Owner: West Palm 2002
      Last Sold: 06/21/2018

    Legal delivery to Hoffman Motors Corp on September 26, 1967

     

    Port of Entry: Charleston, SC

     

    Delivering dealer: Bob Bywater Motors, 1518 Palmetto Street, Florence, SC

     

    Recent sale: Bring a Trailer, auction concluded June 21, 2018, $4,300 (more photos remain available on the Bring a Trailer website)

     

    This is a remarkable example in that a great deal of the factory original parts and finishes have survived, augmented by the car’s original window sticker.

     

    The ten photos below (including the all-important window sticker) are from the Bring a Trailer website. Other than the optional steel sliding roof — rare on early 1600-2 sub-models — the options listed are typical of Hoffman Motors-imported cars. As shown in the photos, the car was equipped at some point with a rare Mark IV Custom air conditioning unit. Blaupunkt (Hamburg?) AM radio remains in place.

     

     

     

     

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    These photos, from the recent (2018) Bring a Trailer listing, are not showing up in the original Registry entry, hence their (possibly-duplicate) posting here.

     

    Regards,

     

    Steve

     

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    This is what it looks like put back together . All the parts were there. 

    No Rust, No Body damages 

    Lots of spray primer over were owner 

    polished the paint off car.

     

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