It’s gorgeousness… knows no bounds.
(expect to pay at least one point five million dollars for a survivor.)
Was getting more pics and ran across this which I had to share…
Check out the license plate.
And really local volk, check out the license plate frame.
This car was from right here in town! Bought my bug from Pray. The collection is actually housed in Stamford (a good chunk at least) but Pray is Greenwich to the core.
BTW, there was one 507 Serie II (forgot to put Serie II in the title) built in 1960. Yes. One. You won’t find it in the literature. Why I’ve no idea. It, fittingly, also lives in town, owned by a very amiable pilot. It drove in to the shop one day just to visit Jean Louis. I touched it! And, although it drove in, it was the single cleanest car I have ever seen and I have judged National concours … jus’ sayin.
1958 BMW 507 Series II Roadster 70156 – sold for $2,420,000 Offered from the Pray Collection. Two owners from new; single ownership since 1972. Offered with original engine, number 40167, verified by BMW Classic. Factory Rudge wheels, a Becker Mexico radio, and a factory hardtop. Impeccable purity and provenance. Auction Source: Amelia Island 2014 by RM Auctions