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Country of origin:Germany
Produced from:1956 - 1959
Numbers built:254
Designed by:Graf Goertz
Author:Pieter Melissen
Last updated:March 31, 2008
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Chassis 70044 A very rare Series I BMW 507, this example was completed in July of 1957. Finished in a cream white, it was delivered to its first owner through the Munich dealership. The first custodian would own the car for less than a year as it was acquired by the second owner in April >>>

Chassis 70073 Finished in a silver grey, this second series BMW 507 Roadster was sold new to an enthusiast in Rome. It was subsequently exported to the United States where one of its subsequent owners was software mogul Frank Pritt. It was later restored and re-finished in a metallic blue>>>

Chassis 70100 Through BMW's Vienna agent Wolfgang Denzel, this Series II 507 was sold new to a Fritz Quester. When new, it was finished in a silver-grey. Its subsequent history is not known, until it was acquired by none other than original designer Graf Albrecht von Goertz in 1971. Durin>>>

Chassis 70134 One of 34 BMW 507s exported to the United States, this car was reportedly sold to a Hollywood producer through Hoffman Motors. It was subsequently sold to a Jackson, Mississippi architect. During this period, it was spotted by a young man named William Young. It was the star>>>

Chassis 70205 A second series 507 Roadster, this example was produced in 1958 and then most likely delivered new to its first owner through Max Hoffman. The original owner is not known but by the 1960s, it was in the hands of a Staten Island based enthusiast. During the the 1980s, a subse>>>

Chassis 70227 The original custodian of this 507 Roadster was HRH Prince Constantine II of Greece. Registered for the road with the plate '36', it was fitted with a Nardi steering wheel and a Becker Mexico radio. Sold on by the Prince in 1961, the rare BMW remained in Greece until it was >>>


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