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For the conditions I think the 58 would be the better option. A BMW would be torn apart in a matter of months on shitty roads, and since there is no specialist out there it would be hard and expensive to repair.
Wait until you are in a better location or more finacially able to purchase a BMW, that way it will be more enjoyable to own.
1970 BMW 2002
Driven by skill, not money
"Real BMW's have round tail lights"