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BMW 1600GT

1600 GT
First registration
September 15, 1969
Chamonix White
Mileage (km)
History &specifications

For over 15 years in our collection

Low mileage

Perfect condition

An extensive two years nut-to-bolt restoration by BMW Group Classic will be finished soon.

In 1967 BMW took over Glas and during a period of only one year the Glas 1700GT Coupe was produced as the BMW 1600 GT with the BMW engine known from the BMW 1600, a perfect blend of the BMW’s style and DNA and the Glas’ soul. Just as the BMW “new class” models introduced in the early 1960s, the BMW 1600 GT can be recognised by its lower bonnet line which was only possible by the engine being canted over at an angle of 30 degrees. BMW also fitted round rear lights known from the 1966 BMW 1602 and added the now famous kidney grill at the front of the car. Of the 1.255 units built between September 1967 and August 1968, only a handful are still being enjoyed at collector’s homes.

Our 1969 BMW 1600GT has been in our collection for over 15 years and will soon be ready after a nut-to-bolt restoration by the experts of BMW Group Classic in Munich.

This car is not for sale.

Technical specifications

Four-cylinder inline engine
1.573 cc
Bore x stroke
84 mm x 71 mm
Power output
78 kW/105 hp at 6.000 rpm
Four-speed manual
4.050 x 1.550 x 1.280 mm
Unladen weight
970 kg
Max. speed
185 km/h

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Our Story

Ginion Classics has its roots within Ginion Group, the privately owned Belgian automotive company importing luxury and sports car brands and active in sales and after sales activities for various premium car and motorcycle brands. The company also has a department dedicated to leisure vehicles and is preparing for the future filled with autonomous vehicles and extensive car sharing.                   

Stéphane Sertang has been holding for over 20 years the steering wheel of the company and his vision is driving all departments full of passion towards a bright future