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- June 24, 2022
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- The Rock 'n Roll King, famous Elvis Presley was a big fan of BMW cars and he was having a 1957 model BMW 507 roadster, which had previously won a hill climb event during its existence as a race car. This historic car was ended up in a pumpkin shed and it spent almost 30 years in that shed. The car entered almost mythical status in classic BMW circles, and people just wondered what happened to it. The hype and prestige around this vehicle naturally increased its value.
In 2014, the car was handed over to BMW Museum in Munich for an inspection and a little time on display too. Then it passed over to the BMW group classic centre for restoration (https://3d-
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