1959 BMW 507 Roadster

Someone called it Germany’s answer to the Thunderbird-and trust me, this was not a compliment

Unveiled to gasps of delight at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1955, the remarkably beautiful styling of the two-seater 507 came from the drawing board of German Count Albrecht Goertz, influenced not a little by U.S. BMW importer Max Hoffman. The new car was sleek and aggressive with a light alloy skin over a metal frame Read More


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