BMW 319

BMW 319
1936 BMW 319
Average Auction Sale: $70,850
Median Auction Sale: $70,850
Chassis Profiles
BMW 319
1935 BMW 319
Average Auction Sale: $195,848
Median Auction Sale: $195,848
Chassis Profiles

Total Production: 6,466 1934 - 1937
Designed by Peter Schimanowski, the two–seater BMW Roadster introduced during the 1930's and became the model for which would hint at BMW's sleek styling for the next few years.
With a top speed of 81 mph, the 319's came with three carburetors and 55bhp. Standard 319 engines came only equipped with 45 bhp.

Gradually improving the recovering car market in Germany, the roadsters helped to improve the company's image. With attractive features that were striking, the streamlined shapes appealed to the eye.

Shown with the 1490cc engine at the early 1935 Berlin Motor Show, the engine was different from regular 215s. The 319 was much lighter and with a powerful standard 74mph.
The first BMW to come with a 1911cc engine, the 319 ran alongside the 315s between 1935 and 1937.

By Jessica Donaldson
BMW Models


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