We are glad to offer a highly original and unrestored 1956 BMW 502 with 2,6L V8 engine.
The BMW 502 was one of the first postwar German cars to be manufactured with a V8 engine, and nicknamed ‘Baroque Angel’ for its unique design.
This particular 502 was originally delivered in 1956 to a French artisan, who was the single owner until 2007, when the car was sold to a Belgian gentleman. In 2013 it was sold to the current owner. All owners had the car registered, and drove it regularly.
This BMW 502 is in very good shape, original and unrestored. Most of the body kept its original paint, only few parts have been resprayed in the past. Seats and upholstery, as well as the wooden interior trim are all in very good shape, with only minor signs of use.
The car runs and drives as it should and is a pleasure to drive. A BMW 502 treats its occupants with royal comfort. The car is well documented, with copies of all registrations.
Only few examples are left, making these cars hard to find on the market. Most of them sit in collections worldwide. This is a unique opportunity to acquire an extraordinary and original V8-powered classic BMW.
Do not hesitate to get in touch with us for more information on this unique car.