Selling a 1967 BMW 2000 Sedan

 

1967 BMW 2000 Sedan

Six production years into its New Class experiment, Bavarian automobile manufacturer BMW was firing away on all eight cylinders. Exciting developments were under way across the board, the 1800 series was continuing to sell well, and the 1967 BMW 2000 Sedan was doing its part to establish its maker as a leader in the luxury sports sedan space. In truth, BMW had no choice but to lead in that space—it had practically invented the concept. It was largely a product of committing to ongoing excellence, as no New Class iteration was permitted to embalm the brand. Instead, each served as a stepping stone towards models of greater power, superior handling, finer class, and so on. All of this is to say that the 1967 BMW 2000 Sedan was as much an inevitability as it was an engineering marvel.

Because of BMW’s expertly realized incremental approach to improvement, the 1967 BMW 2000 Sedan was not entirely dissimilar from the 1800 it had been designed to outclass. The chassis, exterior, and overall appearance were New Class through and through, for example. But in terms of engine power, the newly beefed up M10 SOHC was displacing 1990 cc and easily dishing out 100+ horsepower. Taken into account alongside the smoother performance, crisp trim, and a number of distinguishing interior and light characteristics, the 2000 sedan had singlehandedly raised the industry bar. What modern buyers have come to expect of BMW in recent decades is a combination of attributes that can be traced in more or less straight line back to the 2000. This is a favorable factor for sellers looking to connect their 2000 models to the larger BMW story.

1967 BMW 2000 Sedan Seller’s Guide

 

And it’s a story Alex Manos is uniquely situated to tell. While you may possess particular knowledge of your own vehicle’s history, Alex Manos can help interweave that story with the broader vintage vehicle tapestry. Also, Alex Manos offers his patrons a number of selling tips and practices that will help you to move that storied collection of bolts from one dusty garage to another. Visit the Alex Manos website today for a look at all the expert has on offer.

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