BMW has extended the restoration center of the classic models for the general public. It is called Classic Center and is located in Munich. Germans from BMW have expanded their classic center in Munich also for the general public. They have taken this decision after a statistic made after estimating that one in 10 units produced during the 1980s is still on the road. Thus, 600,000 cars and 70,000 motorcycles are in the highlights of the BMW, but the total number of vehicles is much higher.
The people at BMW have decided to help the public enthusiast for classic cars seeking qualified help, and who may be more than qualified to repair classic models that the mechanics trained by the engineers who created them.
Also, BMW opened a Motorsport division for Classic Center, which will organize competitions between private teams who have classical models. Before extending to the public, the classic center of BMW in Munich was called Historic Workshop. The purpose of this workshop was to repair and maintenance of the collection of classic BMW models.