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1938 - 1950

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12,810 BMW 321
have been produced in total on earth

The 321 was introduced at the start of 1939 as a successor to the BMW 320.[5] It sat on a shortened version of the BMW 326 chassis. The 321 differed from the 320 in its front suspension, its larger tyres, and its styling. While the 320 used front suspension derived from the BMW 303, with a high mounted transverse leaf spring and lower control arms, the 321 used the front suspension from the 326, with upper control arms and a low mounted transverse leaf spring.[1]
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