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BMW 507 hidden in a garage for 43 YEARS may sell for $2.2m

A rare BMW classic car that hasn’t seen the light of day for 43 years is set to go to auction later this year, with experts predicting it could fetch more than $2million.

The highly-collectible 1957 507 Series II Roadster, one of just 252 built, has been kept in a garage in Philadelphia since 1979, meaning it hasn’t been used since Jimmy Carter was President and Margaret Thatcher became the UK’s first female Prime Minister.

Having been wheeled out of its four-decade slumber, the German motor is going to be offered to the highest bidder at Bonhams’ Audrain Concours Auction in Newport, Rhode Island, on September 30 and is predicted to sell for between $1.8million and $2.2million (£1.5million and £1.8million).

Hidden treasure: This 1957 BMW 507 Series II Roadster has been kept…


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