BMW 328 head in good condition perhaps from the Veteranen Club batch.
1937 Frazer Nash- BMW 326 Saloon. Chassis 77317 DXA 92 with V5C. In need of restoration. This 326 is a 4 – door saloon with the box chassis floor pan incorporating torsion bar rear suspension with the transverse front spring and with the superb rack & pinion steering for which pre-war BMWs were famous. This […]
Advertised for sale by a non- BMW HMC member – This 1952BMW 340-2 (EMW) is a very rare model, especially in this condition. The missing piece of most of the BMW collectors! The last owner of this car, that I bought it from, kept it in a garage for about 40 years. The first owner […]
Matt Vincent is selling the following items. Please contact him directly if you wish to buy them or require further information: BMW 315 engine number 70192: price £750 or offers A petrol tank from a BMW saloon: price £75 or offers A pair of new manufacture brass hinges for the rear-wheel cover on a two […]
Wanted, Does anyone have a spare copy of Issue 20 of the Club magazine available? Please contact James Yeo via Email
WANTED: BMW700 ERSATZTEILE, illustrated parts book, for BMW700 owner. Contact Charlie Wheeler-Carmichael
Wanted Frazer Nash Car Club badge for original car. Anything considered but not a new one. Thanks.
This former searchlight engine has been in Jersey since the Occupation. It turns freely & the oil is like new. Little carbon in the exhaust ports possibly a sign that it has seen little use (if any ) The Exhaust /Inlet manifold & carb are included. Looking for offers in the region of £1,000. The […]
Black 316i automatic BMW, sadly failed pre assessment for MOT. Excellent runner only 57000 genuine miles. Full service history, selling for spares or repair.
1939 BMW 327/28 left hand drive Cabriolet, Chassis 74464 was delivered on the 25th March of that year to Prince Bernadotte of Stockholm in the non-standard colour of “Blue”. A sound car having been taken off the road some 20 years ago a few years after having been imported from South America by Colin Crabbe […]