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  • [[Category:Executive cars]] [[Category:Compact executive cars]]
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  • The '''BMW 321''' is a compact six cylinder sedan sedan produced by [[BMW|the Bavarian firm]] between 1938 ...Georgy Zhukov|Marshall Zhukov]] and secured from him an order for five new cars. The Russians were evidently impressed, and the plant passed under the cont
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  • ...igns in the 1930s, led to Bristol. A succession of [[Bristol Cars|Bristols cars]] introduced between 1947 and 1953 were unapologetic developments of the re [[Category:Executive cars]]
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  • [[Category:Executive cars]] [[Category:Compact executive cars]]
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  • |class=[[Entry-level luxury car]] / [[Compact executive car]] [[Image:BMW-318ti.jpg|250px|thumb|318ti Compact]]
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  • |class=[[Compact executive car]] The '''BMW 3 Series''' is an [[entry-level luxury car]]/[[compact executive car]] manufactured by the German automaker [[BMW]] since May 1975. Successo
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  • |class=[[Compact executive car]] ...the [[BMW 3 Series]] range of [[compact executive car|compact executive]] cars. The car is also available as a [[station wagon]]/estate (designated as E91
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  • |class=[[Entry-level luxury car]] / [[Compact executive car]] ...21''' is the platform designation for the first [[BMW 3 Series]] [[compact executive car]], produced by the German automaker [[BMW]] from 1975 to 1983. This ser
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  • | class = [[Compact executive car]] ...62 1500. The [[Straight-4|four-cylinder]] [[BMW M10]] engine used in these cars grew over the years from 1.5 to 1.6, 1.8, and 2.0 L with the names cha
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  • |class=[[Entry-level luxury car]] / [[Compact executive car]] ...and the convertible and [[BMW M3|M3]] later in 2000. The E46 [[BMW Compact|Compact]], a 3-door hatchback, was revealed in 2001 to be sold in European and Aust
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  • ...was assembled and its manufacturers’ rights to use the [[BMW]] name. The cars later appeared badged as EMW 340s, and it was under this name that 340s con ...Georgy Zhukov|Marshall Zhukov]] and secured from him an order for five new cars.
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  • ...h 1991 [[BMW 3 Series]] [[entry-level luxury car]] / [[compact car|compact executive car]]. It was the successor of the [[BMW E21]] in 1982 and was replaced by The cars were powered by a range of [[Straight-4|inline 4 cylinder]] ([[BMW M10]] ,
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  • ...ts ready to sell to the peacetime market. Engines were designed for boats, cars, trucks and motorcycles. So, from the outset, BMW tried to remain true to i ...ny several key figures such as the chief designer, Max Friz, and the chief executive, Franz Josef Popp. His extremely generous offer of 75 million reichsmarks w
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  • |key_people = [[Norbert Reithofer]] <small>([[chief executive officer|CEO]] and [[Chairman]] of Board of Management)</small> <br> Joachim |subsid = [[Rolls-Royce Motor Cars]]
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