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1960 BMW 3200 Super

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This unique BMW 3200 S Cabriolet is based on the BMW 502 platform and has a four-door cabriolet body built by the Autenrieth Coachworks in Darmstadt, Germany. One of the smaller European coachworks, Autenrieth opened in 1921 and soon supplied bodies for several German companies, including Audi, Horch and Maybach, but by the late 1940s BMW was their largest customer - and remained so until the coachworks closed in 1964. When this imposing cabriolet was first seen in 1960, it was the largest BMW on the road as well as one of the most expensive German cars. The standard BMW 3200 was the Bertone-built BMW 3200 CS, the final variation on BMW's early postwar luxury platform that began with the 501 introduced in 1951. This special 3200 cabriolet was acquired by its current owner in 1999, and the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours was the first time it was seen outside of Europe.

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1960 BMW 3200 Super vehicle information
Cabriolet Sedan
Coachwork: Autenrieth