1940 BMW 335 Autenrieth Cabriolet Vehicle Profile

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

1940 BMW 335 photograph

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Autenrieth Cabriolet
Designer: Fritz Fiedler
This car is believed to be one of just six surviving BMW 335s of the 40 originally built. Manufactured between 1939 and 1941, the 335 was larger than all the previous BMW models and had a 3.5-liter engine capable of 90 mph. It was also BMW's first luxury model with a fully synchromesh, four-speed transmission. This car was brought to the United States by an officer in 1947, and it has had two distinguished owners: Robert Sonsten, an expert in classic BMWs, acquired the car in 1967 and then sold it in 2005 to William Young, who was given the Professor Gerhard Knochlein Award for his work in preserving the BMWs. Young said this was his favorite car from among his collection of over 40 BMWs.


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