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Badge engineering -- this display at the BMW Classic Museum shows the different badge styles and the changing demand for car colours over the years
The BMW 507 -- Bob Marley bought one because he said BMW stands for Bob Marley and the Wailers.
The first BMW in-line six had a swept volume of 23-litres and powered WWI aircrafts
The 3/15 was the first BMW automobile based on the British Austin 7
You can see where BMW Motorrad's boxer engine, shaft drive legacy comes from. This is the BMW R32 made from 1923-26.
The Magnesium spaceframe BMW 328 racer
BMW P75 Engine of the 1999 V12 LMR Le Mans winner. The Classic Museum's motorsport collection is a must see
The evolution of the 3-series
Paris-Dakar 2000 winner Richard Sainct's BMW R80GS
The scroll-type tulip chart, because the rider had to navigate as well
The 2002ti was the first successful turbo-charged production car. Performance was sensational and it had turbo badges written in reverse script on the nose so you could read it in your rear-view mirror.
The E30 M3 still has massive appeal
The M1 was the only mid-engined BMW to be mass produced. It employed a twin-cam M88/1 3.5-litre, 6-cylinder petrol engine with Kugelfischer mechanical fuel injection. Turbocharged racing versions made 850bhp.
Some legends need proper respect.
The 3.0 CSL dominated the European Touring Car Championship from 1975-79.
The M1 and future unborn M1 concepts
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