Classic Vehicles Built Before 1975

Classic Vehicles Built Before 1975

Seats were ina all kinds of shapes, sizes and materials. In the earliest years they were all custom designed to fit the chassis and my order.

1920s and 30s

3/15 saloon 1927–1931
3/15 DA-3 Wartburg roadster 1930–1931 (based on the 3/15, BMW's first roadster)
3/20 PS 1932–1934
303 saloon 1933–1934 (first use of the "kidney" grille and straight-6 engine)
309 saloon 1934–1936 (a four-cylinder version of the 303)
315 saloon 1934–1937
315/1 roadster 1934–1937 (roadster based on the 315)
319 saloon 1935–1937 (larger-engined version of the 315)
319/1 roadster 1935–1937 (larger-engined version of the 315/1)
329 convertible 1937 (convertible based on the 319)
326 saloon and cabriolet 1936–1941
327 coupé and cabriolet 1937–1941
320 saloon and cabriolet 1937–1938 (based on the 326 with 329 suspension)
321 saloon and cabriolet 1938–1941
BMW 335 sedan 1939–1941
328 Roadster 1936–1940

1940s
326 sedan and cabriolet 1945–1946 (limited production following World War 2)
321 saloon and cabriolet 1945–1950 (resumed production after World War 2)
327 coupé and cabriolet 1945–1955 (resumed production after World War 2)
340 sedan 1949–1953 (later cars badged as EMW 340)

1950s
501 saloon 1952–1958
BMW 502 1954–1964 (V8-engined version of 501)
Isetta 250 micro car 1955–1956
Isetta 300 micro car 1956–1962
600 micro car 1957–1959 (4 seat car based on Isetta 300)
503 coupe and cabriolet 1956–1959
roadster 1956–1959
700 saloon and coupe 1959–1965

1960s
3200 CS coupe 1962–1965 (based on the 503)
1500 saloon 1962–1966 (first of the "New Class" saloons)
1800 saloon 1963–1971
1600 saloon 1964–1968
1600-2 saloon 1966–1971 (2-door version of 1600)
1602 saloon 1971–1975 (2-door version of 1600)
2000C/CS coupe 1965–1969
E9 coupe 1968–1975
2000 saloon 1966–1972
BMW 2002 saloon 1968–1976 (2-door version of 2000)
E3 saloon 1968-1977

1970s
E12 mid-sized sedan 1972–1981 (first of the "5 series" mid-size sedans)

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