Engine 2.5 gasoline (192 h.p.)
Manufactured in 1948, purchased in 2008
BMW 321 in production since 1938
License Plate number: БМВ321
Hello to all vintage car lovers! I love old cars, so I got myself a BMW 321 coupe. It's on its native undercarriage with a motor from a gas-21 on the move! I didn't risk driving the 528 miles myself, so we got it transported. The joy was immense! The next day, my friend and I replaced the fan belt, filled up the gas, and went for a ride around the city. Passers-by laughed and waved hello! I drove into a gas station to refuel, and the gas station attendant approached the car on one side, walked to the other side and couldn't find where to pour the gas. He shrugged, I'm sitting in the car watching him thinking if he'll figure it out. He comes up to me smiling, asks: where to pour?! I say: search! He laughed again and shrugged. I had to get out of the car, open the hubcap at the back on the spare wheel, only then he saw the neck sticking out of the spare. Fueled up, I drove off and sped up to about 37 miles per hour... traffic police stop me with a radar approach and say you're over the limit! And I tell them: is it far to Berlin?! They started laughing)))), looked at the documents, saw that I had just bought it, was driving without plates, let me go. Then the procedure for registration and into the garage for remodeling. I took a donor BMW 525 in a 34 body with a 193 hp engine and a manual transmission. The process has begun! The 321 was in a battered condition right up to the frame. Since I decided to make a replica out of it, I disassembled everything down to the molecules. I started looking for a donor. Found one and began designing... Further see the side about the work done. Thank you everyone!