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BMW Classic adds a rare 1600 GT to its collection

The car took seven years to restore.
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BMW 1600 GT

One of the two surviving 1600 GTs designed by Italian bodywork designer Pietro Frua has been fully restored by a vocational training team over a period of several years at at BMW plant in Dingolfing, Germany. The restoration involved a combination of original parts and a number of replica components that were carefully recreated to help return the car to its original condition. After coming full circle to where the car was originally produced, the 1600 GT now exists as one of the finest pieces in the BMW Classic collection.

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