Comments - 1937 BMW 328 Mille Miglia Buegelfalte

Published: Mar 17, 2011
Description: What you are looking at is a legend, BMW's greatest prewar racecar. The creases along the tops of the fenders earned the 1937 Mille Miglia the nickname "Buegelfalte", which means "...
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Andy Rogers Mar 18, 2011
Gorgeous Never thought I'd see an article on this in CarBuzz Is there a Bentley Blower for sale too somewhere?
Shadi Iskandarani Mar 17, 2011
It would be cool to see a piece of history like that in person. Plus all the shits this beamer has been through. Wow
Description: The Buegelfalte spent the next few years in the possession of a Nazi party official until the Russians took it as a trophy at the end of WWII. It made its way to Latvia and then came back to Munich in...
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Andy Rogers Mar 18, 2011
I thought it would go for more than $6M too I mean there are old Ferraris and Bugattis that go for more. Maybe just because of the badge (price of modern Bugatti VS. price of modern BMW)
Ranjha Deol Mar 17, 2011
Lol I live in jersey...maybe I could see it in real life 0.o
Anthony Isola Mar 17, 2011
Can't believe it's prewar....
Kyle Silvera Mar 17, 2011
Stunning, it's hard to find words.
Vincent Butler Mar 17, 2011
Seriously John. That was retarded what you posted.
Jory Black Mar 17, 2011
You don't have to know anything about cars to realize it's beautiful. Everyone has their opinion, so relax and admire the bodywork.
Andy Rogers Mar 18, 2011
In the 39s and 40s, even 100mph is insanely fast. Nowadays, it's slow, amazing how far we've come
Jason Johnson Mar 17, 2011
More like 5000 rpm. Not much difference from some of the cars today. A true work of art.
Kevin Callejas Mar 17, 2011
I could imagine this thing would fly in 1937
Luis A Villalpando Mar 17, 2011
Is the speedo In kilometers or miles?