This 1937 328 Roadster was the fifth car produced. Most of the early 328 Roadsters were competition vehicles, of which this is no exception.
This car successfully competed in period with the NSKK, most notably at the Sports Car Race at the Nürburgring in 1937, where it finished fourth. Today, it retains its numbers matching engine, frame, and body panels, and is painted in the shade of green in which it was born.
Restored by DK Engineering, this is arguably one of the finest examples of one of the most dominant pre-war sports cars in existence, reinforced by the car’s many concours victories. It most recently won best pre-war sports car at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance.