One of my most favorite BMWs of all time was the E9 Coupe. This was such a delicate looking coupe, with its pillarless profile and shark nose front-end that would become a hallmark of BMW styling over the years to follow. The E9 evolved from the car you see here, the “New Class” 2000C and 2000CS. The difference between the two models was that the 2000C had a single carbureted engine, whereas the CS had twin carbs. Unlike Mercedes-Benzes of the same vintage, you just don’t see a lot of these larger BMWs from the 1960s knocking about. This 2000C Automatic is on offer in Hershey, Pennsylvania, one of just 238 produced for the 1969 model year.