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1982 BMW R 100 RT

$2,500.00

Wyandotte, Michigan

Year 1982

Make BMW

Model R 100 RT

Category Touring Motorcycles

Engine 1,000 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

1982 BMW R 100 RT, This is a 1982 BMW R100 RT in good condition. All parts are here so this can be a good candidate for a full restoration! This bike has set for 15 years in a garage so it needs a little attention. A lot of new parts; Front & Rear Brakes Rebuilt, New Clutch and Pressure plate, shifter rebuilt, new battery installed, and seat has been repaired. This bike needs tires and shocks to become a solid everyday driver. The motor starts easily and purrs, carbs are 100% functional and no flooding or leaking. This is a fun nostalgic ride! $2,500.00

1982 BMW R 100 RT

$3,000.00

Inola, Oklahoma

Year 1982

Make BMW

Model R 100 RT

Category Touring Motorcycles

Engine -

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1982 BMW R 100 RT, R100 RT 82 BMW Motorcycle. Runs good & very good condition, and less than 80,000 miles. Comes with 2 helmets. $3000 or OBO. Possible trade for small 4 or 6 cylinder truck with low mileage. Would also trade for a Ural working or non-working. Location, Inola, Oklahoma. Please call or text. 539-777-6506 Monday-Friday 6:30pm-9:00pm. Saturday & Sunday 9:00am-8:00pm. Thanks. $3,000.00 5397776506

1982 BMW R 100 RT

$4,800.00

Wimberley, Texas

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1982 BMW R 100 RT, Excellent condition, all original, only two owners, garage kept. Full fairing. Runs and rides like new. $4,800.00 5128473444

1982 BMW R 100 RT

$2,900.00

Lawrence, Kansas

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1982 BMW R 100 RT, classic of the BMW world THis bike was so popular BMW brought it back in the 90's $2,900.00 7857604909

1982 BMW R100RT

$3,895.00

Boise, Idaho

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1982 BMW R100RT Updated RT ready to ride Motorcycles|Adventure

1982 BMW R/100/RT

$3,595.00

Bettendorf, Iowa

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1982 BMW R/100/RT, The Classic Air Head R/100/RT. This one runs & rides just as it should. It has a New Metzeler "Lasertec' front tire, and a like new Metzeler ME88 "Marathon" on the  back. We have checked the charging system, in addition to that we have done a complete service on it too. The steering stem bearings have been replaced too.  The paint on the bike is in very nice condition, it has been touched up on the fairing, {it looks like they used a spray can}. Comes with the large cap. BMW bags. The seat is a bit ugly,  and has some flaws, but it is very comfortable.  It can be seen at our Bettendorf, Iowa store. Also be sure to visit brennys dot com for this, and lots of other bikes, and ATVs!!!     

1982 BMW R/100/RT

$3,595.00

Bettendorf, Iowa

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1982 BMW R/100/RT, The Classic Air Head R/100/RT. This one runs & rides just as it should. It has a New Metzeler "Lasertec' front tire, and a like new Metzeler ME88 "Marathon" on the  back. We have checked the charging system, in addition to that we have done a complete service on it too. The steering stem bearings have been replaced too.  The paint on the bike is in very nice condition, it has been touched up on the fairing, {it looks like they used a spray can}. Comes with the large cap. BMW bags. The seat is a bit ugly,  and has some flaws, but it is very comfortable.  It can be seen at our Bettendorf, Iowa store. Also be sure to visit brennys dot com for this, and lots of other bikes, and ATVs!!!     

1982 Bmw R100rt

$3,895.00

Boise, Idaho

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Updated RT ready to ride

BMW : R-Series 1982 BMW R100RT Motorcycle

$4,000.00

Lawrence, Kansas

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE 46,600 miles. 1,000cc, Airhead. Candy apple red with black smoke shading, original paint in great condition. Aftermarket Browns side stand and new Corbin seat. Original seat is as new and is also available. New windscreen, one year old Odyssey battery (the best battery sold). Original tool kit complete, all BMW manuals, Clmer manual. OEM removable side cases in excellent condition with keys, which is very rare. Cases also lock to bike. BMW quality and reliability, this bike is in excellent condition and ready to tour anywhere. Tires: Metzlers, rear 100%, front 60%. All maintenance current, engine has fresh valve stem seals, and has had engine output shaft to tranny lubed within last 18 months. This was the most expensive cycle sold in the USA in 1982. Three back surgeries force sale. $4,000.00 firm. Questions welcomed.

BMW : R-Series 1982 BMW R100RT MOTORCYCLE 28,000 Miles

$5,500.00

Kittery, Maine

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28,000 Miles. Luftmister fairing with Pioneer sound system. Original saddle bages, tool kit and owners manual. Recently replaced the battery, air filter, plugs and gas cap. Flushed gas tank and cleaned petcock parts. In the last 1000 miles changed engine oil and filter, rear gear oil, replaced fork seals and fork oil, new diode board and carburetor diaphragms.

2014 Kawasaki NINJA ZX-10R ABS

$4,200.00

Mobile, Alabama

Year 1982

Make BMW

Model R 100 RT

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Posted 2 Weeks Ago

BMW Motorcycle R100RT 1982 Vintage All Original This was the most expensive bike in 1982 and has the solid German Engineering feel you expect in a BMW. A 980cc, boxer style, air cooled engine, with 5 speed transmission, this bike can be a daily driver. This comes with original fairing, original saddlebags, original toolkit, original wheel lock cable, owners manual, papers, and with the larger 5 gal. tank. Relatively new tires. New fluids, rubber, battery, and I run 100% gasoline (no ethanol) through the engine. I run it weekly, but drive it only about once a month, primarily cruising to the island. See the pictures and let me know if you want more or have questions.

BMW : R-Series 1982 BMW AIRHEAD R100 Cafe/Street Tracker. Professional build, NO EXPENSE SPARED

$15,995.00

Watkinsville, Georgia

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Up for sale is a 1982 BMW R100 RT in full café racer glory! This bike has been my baby; it’s been a labor of love which I have now have to sell. Thats the problem with building these bikes, sometimes you fall in love with them. Absolutely no expense (or blood sweat and tears) have been spared in the building of this café. My goal was to build another café racer with the legendary BMW reliability and ride ability that really turns heads. BMW’s have always been the best bikes on the road, but I think most would agree not the prettiest. My aim is always to fix this. I started by addressing all of the known weak points on these older airheads by swapping out and up grading parts to the very best available (see parts list below), Then after a few hundred miles of tweaking, a total frame up restoration began. I have a full build file with a nauseating amount of detail photos of the entire process that will of course come with the bike. The frame had all the now un-necessary tabs removed, the sub frame shortened 8 inches so the seat and rear end had a smoother line and was painted with KBS Coatings Jet Black enamel epoxy for durability. The same product was used on the wheels for a meaner look.The steering head and swing arm bearings were replaced and the build was truly on! The engine was stripped and totally gone through from the big end up. A new clutch, Mikuni flatside carbs, upgraded 450 watt charging system, timing chain etc... (see parts list) and purrs like a kitten (or tiger depending on the revs!!). Then I totally rebuilt the forks using all new seals and progressive springs and period correct 13 rib fork boots, while they were apart I also painted them with the same KBS Coatings to carry the smooth look throughout the whole bike. At this time I also added a telefix fork brace and Boxerworks billet top clamp for stiffness and handling. The dual Brembo calipers were stripped, seals replaced and painted with high temp black caliper paint. I fully rebuilt the final drive and (you guessed it) painted that too, and installed the swing arm with a new boot, new D-shaft bolts and new Progressive shocks. I replaced all the cables and hoses and upgraded the front and rear brakes to braided stainless Steel lines. Then I installed the exhaust with shorty megaphone cans and wrapped the headers in titanium hod-rod wrapping that reduced the pipe temp by almost half! The perfect handle bar turned out to be an 70's Daytona flat track bar which futher improved comfort and the lines. The tank took me almost a month to decide on there were just so many choices!! I finally decided that paint is over-rated and stripped then buffed the tank. That still didn't scratch my itch so I frosted a center racing stripe in the bead blaster and coated the whole thing in KBS Coatings Diamond clear for durability. I wanted the seat and tank to be vaguely reminiscent of a Manx TT bike so I went with a black leather wrapped seat and cowl to really stand out. I wanted a chunky street tracker look so I fitted 4.5 inch street legal trials tires. The bike does not ride like a regular beemer, this thing hauls ass! It's almost 100lbs lighter than a stock bike and the new carbs really liven up the ride. The seating position is spot on for someone 5'6 to 6'1. I really could rattle on about the bike for pages and pages but take a look at the pictures, read the parts list below and ask any questions you may have. There isn’t a more beautiful, well-made or better running R100 out there. This bike needs nothing and is perfect for riding and or showing. It wasn’t built to be a trailer queen but it could be! C’mon people, make me an offer! I will provide a “Bumber to Bumper” 3 month warranty on every piece of the bike, and if you hit the “buy it now” I’ll provide free shipping to anywhere in the continental US. I don't fall in love with every bike the garage builds, but I'm head over heals for this one. She was built to be mine but if you love something set it free. AIRHEADS FOR LIFE!!! Parts List: Upgraded Moto Electric charging system New wheel bearings Telefix fork brace Brown side stand Custom Café rear brake lightProgressive Fork Springs New Timing Chain Eastern Beaver headlight relay Heads overhauled/new valves-spring-guides New piston rings New clutch New transmission input seal Rebuilt starter Custom handmade seat with leather From “All that Jazz Upholstery” Rebuilt forks/new seals. Firmed up for sport riding Triple tree bearings replaced Billet Boxerworks Triple clamp Solid mounts for diode board All new cables and hoses Braided stainless steel Brake lines front and back New rear main seal New transmission seal at shifter Custom shifter linkage New Brake pads front and rear Mikuni Flatside Carbs K&N Pod Style air Filters Oil pressure switch All new pushrod seals All Amsoil fluids Rebuilt final drive with all new seals Brand new Shinko street tires 120 rear 120 front 70's Daytona Megaphone emgo exhausts Hod Rod Titanium exhaust wrap Hand buffed tank Superbike grips New transmission boot New Driveshaft bolts. Custom block off plate by Bedlam Werks All bolt heads and nuts polished Frame painted with KBS Coatings

BMW : R-Series 1982 BMW R100 Cafe/Street Tracker. Professional build, NO EXPENSE SPARED!!!!

$15,995.00

Watkinsville, Georgia

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Posted Over 1 Month

Up for sale is a 1982 BMW R100 RT in full café racer glory! This bike has been my baby; it’s been a labor of love which I have now have to sell. Thats the problem with building these bikes, sometimes you fall in love with them. Absolutely no expense (or blood sweat and tears) have been spared in the building of this café. My goal was to build another café racer with the legendary BMW reliability and ride ability that really turns heads. BMW’s have always been the best bikes on the road, but I think most would agree not the prettiest. My aim is always to fix this. I started by addressing all of the known weak points on these older airheads by swapping out and up grading parts to the very best available (see parts list below), Then after a few hundred miles of tweaking, a total frame up restoration began. I have a full build file with a nauseating amount of detail photos of the entire process that will of course come with the bike. The frame had all the now un-necessary tabs removed, the sub frame shortened 8 inches so the seat and rear end had a smoother line and was painted with KBS Coatings Jet Black enamel epoxy for durability. The same product was used on the wheels for a meaner look.The steering head and swing arm bearings were replaced and the build was truly on! The engine was stripped and totally gone through from the big end up. A new clutch, Mikuni flatside carbs, upgraded 450 watt charging system, timing chain etc... (see parts list) and purrs like a kitten (or tiger depending on the revs!!). Then I totally rebuilt the forks using all new seals and progressive springs and period correct 13 rib fork boots, while they were apart I also painted them with the same KBS Coatings to carry the smooth look throughout the whole bike. At this time I also added a telefix fork brace and Boxerworks billet top clamp for stiffness and handling. The dual Brembo calipers were stripped, seals replaced and painted with high temp black caliper paint. I fully rebuilt the final drive and (you guessed it) painted that too, and installed the swing arm with a new boot, new D-shaft bolts and new Progressive shocks. I replaced all the cables and hoses and upgraded the front and rear brakes to braided stainless Steel lines. Then I installed the exhaust with shorty megaphone cans and wrapped the headers in titanium hod-rod wrapping that reduced the pipe temp by almost half! The perfect handle bar turned out to be an 70's Daytona flat track bar which futher improved comfort and the lines. The tank took me almost a month to decide on there were just so many choices!! I finally decided that paint is over-rated and stripped then buffed the tank. That still didn't scratch my itch so I frosted a center racing stripe in the bead blaster and coated the whole thing in KBS Coatings Diamond clear for durability. I wanted the seat and tank to be vaguely reminiscent of a Manx TT bike so I went with a black leather wrapped seat and cowl to really stand out. I wanted a chunky street tracker look so I fitted 4.5 inch street legal trials tires. The bike does not ride like a regular beemer, this thing hauls ass! It's almost 100lbs lighter than a stock bike and the new carbs really liven up the ride. The seating position is spot on for someone 5'6 to 6'1. I really could rattle on about the bike for pages and pages but take a look at the pictures, read the parts list below and ask any questions you may have. There isn’t a more beautiful, well-made or better running R100 out there. This bike needs nothing and is perfect for riding and or showing. It wasn’t built to be a trailer queen but it could be! C’mon people, make me an offer! I will provide a “Bumber to Bumper” 3 month warranty on every piece of the bike, and if you hit the “buy it now” I’ll provide free shipping to anywhere in the continental US. I don't fall in love with every bike the garage builds, but I'm head over heals for this one. She was built to be mine but if you love something set it free. AIRHEADS FOR LIFE!!! Parts List: Upgraded Moto Electric charging system New wheel bearings Telefix fork brace Brown side stand Custom Café rear brake lightProgressive Fork Springs New Timing Chain Eastern Beaver headlight relay Heads overhauled/new valves-spring-guides New piston rings New clutch New transmission input seal Rebuilt starter Custom handmade seat with leather From “All that Jazz Upholstery” Rebuilt forks/new seals. Firmed up for sport riding Triple tree bearings replaced Billet Boxerworks Triple clamp Solid mounts for diode board All new cables and hoses Braided stainless steel Brake lines front and back New rear main seal New transmission seal at shifter Custom shifter linkage New Brake pads front and rear Mikuni Flatside Carbs K&N Pod Style air Filters Oil pressure switch All new pushrod seals All Amsoil fluids Rebuilt final drive with all new seals Brand new Shinko street tires 120 rear 120 front 70's Daytona Megaphone emgo exhausts Hod Rod Titanium exhaust wrap Hand buffed tank Superbike grips New transmission boot New Driveshaft bolts. Custom block off plate by Bedlam Werks All bolt heads and nuts polished Frame painted with KBS Coatings