Last Call: 3200 CS Edition

The 1961 through 1965 BMW 3200 CS was the swan song of the 501 platform. Designed by Bertone it heavily influenced the lines of the ensuing Neue Klasse 2000 coupes and as a natural evolution the beloved shark-nosed 6-series. Here we see it from one of its less iconic angles but one that is still essential and, this being Friday, makes for a perfect getaway to the weekend. Let’s just drink in all its silvery goodness.
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  1. Rover 1 Avatar
    Rover 1

    From the time when BMW’s credo was making ‘well built Alfa Romeos’ rather than ‘slightly sporty Mercedes Benzes’.

    1. are vee Avatar
      are vee

      Well put, Rover.

  2. JBsC6 Avatar

    I remember alfa was the ultimate driving machine and BMW was just starting out in the segment…it was the reliability that Americans craved but more so believe it or not…the automatic transmission…
    Once emissions and bumper regulations went into full effect the cash starved Alfa brands half baked solutions put an end to the battle.

  3. mr smee Avatar
    mr smee

    That car has one gorgeous ass! Can I say that?

  4. Rich Cabesa Avatar
    Rich Cabesa

    So meh in white, and so beautiful in Red or Silver

    1. Vairship Avatar

      Actually, I like it in white. Very cleanly styled. I’d change your wording to: “So meh in white clean-lined, unlike their current overly cluttered and creased line-up“.

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