Visited the BMW Car Club of America Foundation Museum in Greer, SC and saw the Genesis Collection which is the origins of BMW.
The BMW Z Cars
Freedom & Fun exhibit is celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the BMW Z3 Roadster
Presented in conjunction with the Z Series Car Club of America’s Z Fest, celebrating the 25th anniversary of Z3 production in Greer, South Carolina.
BMW Z Cars: Freedom & Fun presents the complete history of BMW’s Z-series roadsters and coupes, from the innovative Z1 through the latest G29 Z4. With 20+ cars on display, you’ll see the complete evolution of the Z3, Z4, and Z8, including the high-performance M versions and a pair of rare Alpinas.
They’ve also included some rare competition machinery, too, including a never-raced and little-seen Z3 coupe, a Z4 GTLM, and TC Kline’s superlative Z4 Carbon Coupe. Get up close with these exotic machines, and check out the details that make BMW’s Z-cars special!
As a bonus, the BMW CCA Museum will be displaying its permanent collection in The Ultimate Driving Museum. Come say hello to Yale Rachlin’s 2002, Mike Ura’s 2002 tii LUX, a stunning 2800 CS owned by four CCA luminaries, and several other BMWs with fascinating histories!
This exhibit is on display through January 29, 2022 at the BMW CCA Foundation’s The Ultimate Driving Museum in Greer, South Carolina—right across Highway 101 from BMW Manufacturing, and just down the street from the BMW Performance Center.
Check out the past exhibit on display. The Genesis Collection
Scroll the picture gallery, although, the pictures do not do this exhibit justice. If you can, make sure you visit the BMW CCA Museum before it’s too late.