BMW 320-323-325 Series 3 6-Cylinder Cars 1977-90-GP

BMW 320-323-325 Series 3 6-Cylinder Cars 1977-90-GP
Format: Paperback / softback, 180 Pages
ISBN: 9781855201521
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The BMW small 'six' was developed in response to customer demand for more performance in the 3-series and was announced in September 1977. BMW exploited the theme cleverly, adding four-door, cabriolet and estate versions and granting 'factory approval' to performance tuners Alpina. The performance would satisfy the most demanding driver and throughout the 1980s kept the 3-series BMWs in the forefront of desirable and practical sporting machinery. This is a collection of contemporary road tests, model introductions, specification and technical data, comparison and long-term tests. Models covered include: 320, 323i, 323i Cabrio, Hardy & Beck 323i, 335i, 320i, 325e, Alpina B6 2.8, 325i Turbo, 333i, 325i, 325es, 320i Cabrio, Alpina C2 2.7, MK Motorsport 2.7, 325i Cabrio, 325ix, 325i Sport, 325is, Hartge H35, Alpina C2 Touring, 325i Touring, Magard 325i, Alpina B6 3.5.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 180 Pages
ISBN: 9781855201521
Illustrations: B&W Ill: 300
Size: 8 in x 10.5 in x 0.5 in / 203.2 mm x 266.7 mm x 12.7 mm

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