Selling a 1965 BMW 2000
Designed as a luxury version of the 1800, the BMW 2000 made its debut in 1965. Utilizing the two-liter engine of the 2000C coupe, the 2000 sedan sported a number of exterior changes to reflect its difference from the 1800, such as more trim, a wider pair of tail lights, and rectangular headlights. Due to the law at the time, a second version had to be made which featured a modified grill and a quadruple set of round headlights, because North America simply couldn’t handle the standard. Due to its use of the 2000C’s large engine and carburetor, it could achieve 101 horsepower, making the 1965 BMW 2000 sedan feel fast and flashy like a willful, if family-friendly stallion. On the whole, despite a larger price tag, it was fairly popular and inspired several alternatives in subsequent production years.
1965 BMW 2000 Seller’s Guide
While slightly more extravagant than its 1800 predecessor, the 1965 BMW 2000 was very much another New Class sedan, which all looked very much similar. The primary difference between the successive types lay under the hood, more specifically in the size and power of the engine. Like with its coupe brethren, the 2000 comes in two versions, one with the standard rectangular headlights, for European audiences, and then a second, much rarer version with four circular headlights, created in order to appease legislation present in the Americas. For more detailed information on the 2000 line, the New Class platform, or classic cars in general, you should call Alex Manos! With years of experience and true expertise in the realm of classic cars, Alex and his team are among the finest buyers of classic cars in America, and this is a reputation well earned and constantly tested and reaffirmed. A reputation that includes honesty, fairness and an unmatched enthusiasm for all things classic car.
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