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Bmw R 750 Motorcycles for sale
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PLEASE READ MY DESCRIPTION IN ITS ENTIRETY. PLEASE READ MY PAYMENT TERMS. PLEASE READ THE SHIPPING TERMS ALL BEFORE YOU BID. THANK YOU VERY MUCH THIS VEHICLE DOES NOT COME WITH A WARRANTY EITHER IMPLIED OR DIRECT. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 1976 BMW R75/6 750 c.c. FYI, I am not a BMW person . So, my knowledge of these bikes is limited to pretty much 0. Gotta get that out of the way up front. This bike has a clear title. I purchased it from the widow of the gentleman who rode it as his daily rider right up until he passed last summer. The bike turns over great and all electronics light up and work. The gas tank is dry and clean inside. Yes it has spark. No, I am not going to mess with it. No, I do not have the stock seat. What you see is what you are buying. The brakes work great. Tires are great. Like i said, it was his daily rider. Ok, negatives: right front signal lamp is broke off. glass in gauges is broke. His wife said he was so weak on his last ride that he dropped it in the driveway when he was getting off it and hence the gauges and signal. Other than that, I see no damage anywhere. This would be a good bike to restore, or, just ride it like it is. I have the clear title to the bike. Thanks for bidding! Less than 10 positive feedbacks, you must contact me prior to bidding or your bid will be cancelled. MY TERMS ARE: PLEASE REMEMBER PAL PAL ONLY. YOU MESSAGE ME YOUR PAY PAL EMAIL ADDRESS AFTER YOU WIN THE AUCTION AND I EMAIL YOU A PAY PAL INVOICE TO PAY THEN/ EASY AND SIMPLE.PLEASE PAY PAL ONLY. YOU EBAY MESSAGE ME YOUR PAY PAL EMAIL ADDRESS AND I SEND YOU THE INVOICE TO PAY WHEN YOU WIN PLEASE. SIMPLE AND EASY. THANKS.This is a 44 year old motorcycle and does not come with any warranties, either expressed or implied. Thank you very much for your interest and for bidding. Good luck to all. REMEMBER, PAY PAL ONLY. UPON AUCTION END, YOU SEND ME YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS THAT IS LINKED TO YOUR PAY PAL AND I SEND YOU THE FULL INVOICE. SIMPLE. EASY. SHIPPING: I do not ship vehicles, and I am not a dealer or a mechanic. The buyer is responsible to arrange and pay for their own shipping or pick the vehicle up. I will store the vehicle for up to 30 days. Please try to get it picked up by then, otherwise, storage fees of $10 per day will be added to what you owe. Thanks. PAYMENT: Please, PAY PAL ONLY. I send you an Invoice as soon as the auction ends and you pay the Invoice then please. You will need to give me your email address as soon as you buy the bike ok? These are my terms. Thank you.
Other Makes : CJ-750 CJ-750 Motorcycle 1938 BMW R-71 & Harley XA replica with Sidecar Chang Jiang 750
Mason City, Iowa
If you have any trouble viewing the slideshow above, please be sure to click on the thumbnail image below to view the web-album with all 33 super-sized photos of this bike: 1938 BMW replica sidecar motorcycle CJ-750 I am the second owner of this nearly exact clone of a 1938 BMW R-71 motorcycle with side-car, just like the German Military used during World War II. A little known fact is that Harley Davidson ALSO copied this BMW design and built a hand full (nearly identical to this bike, except with a springer front fork setup) for the US Military called the Harley XA. None were sold as civilian motorcycles, although they eventually wound up in civilian hands, & are highly sought-after collector’s items. They had this same horizontally-opposed engine configuration and were NOT a transversely mounted V-twin like the rest of Harley’s motorcycles. The U.S. Military even commissioned Delco Corporation (GM?) to build one in a Servi-Car Trike configuration. Indian also copied the BMW design, and built a model called the 841, all with this same style frame & shaft-drive design (a revolutionary idea in the '30s and '40s)! I know it's unbelievable, but you can do a Google Image search to see pictures of all of the above mentioned configurations. Later, the Russian companies Ural & Dnepr acquired the molds from Germany after the two countries signed a non-aggression pact. These motorcycles continued to be built using the original BMW designs until 1950 when Russia put all the molds & dies onto a train, and sent them to the People's Republic of China allegedly as a gift of Communist solidarity. Production resumed under the name CJ-750 which is the brand of this particular motorcycle for sale (CJ stands for the Chang Jiang Aircraft Company, & 750 designates the engine’s displacement). They continued to be built the same way up until 2010, so parts are still quite readily & inexpensively available on eBay & various sites on the internet, which is one of the best things about owning one of these bikes! Some sources say that this is likely the most common motorcycle on the face of the planet… it’s just that extremely few of them ever made it onto U.S. soil because it was such an antiquated design by the time the CJ-750 was being produced by the millions, and Americans wanted the latest styling & modern performance so they were never imported here as new machines. I've learned SO much from the 3 of these bikes I've now owned (cite history-lesson above), and never had a problem finding anything I needed for them. This motorcycle is all original, & it’s a complete bike. As I mentioned above, the engine is a 750cc horizontally-opposed Flathead 2-cylinder 4-stroke with the original points & condenser distributor upgraded to electronic ignition. It has a 4 speed transmission with reverse! Heel-Toe foot-shift, or hand-lever “suicide shifter” on the side of the transmission (I have a linkage kit which attaches to the right side of the tank included with the bike to make it hand-shift if you like the nostalgia of that)! It has a High-speed rear end (goes 60mph). It’s pretty heavy (about 800 pounds with the sidecar plus then you add the weight of 1, 2 or 3 people on top of that), so it’s not a speed-demon (I have a rear-seat which is spring-loaded like the front one, and mounts to the rear fender). Some of the newer models of the CJ-750 have engines with overhead-valve style cylinder heads which can be interchanged, but aren’t as authentic to the original design, and are only slightly more powerful than the old flattie design. They also make the bike a lot wider, and the right jug must be notched if you want to run a sidecar with it. I really prefer the look of this flat-head design. This one features both kick start AND electric start, as well as a modern 12 volt charging system (modern upgrades for reliability). It has modern Mikuni style carbs. Both cylinder’s connecting rods are hinged on the same crankshaft journal (much like a Harley V-Twin), so the engine has a great sound to it. There’s Dual Exhaust, with way-cool fish-tail mufflers. It has very unique clutch & brake levers hinged from the outside. I have it legally titled, licensed & insured in my name as a 2003 Reconstructed Vehicle, and it was inspected by the Iowa D.O.T. to ensure it has front & rear brakes, working high & low beam headlight, turn signals & brake light, etc to be street-legal. The original VIN stamp matches the VIN number on the title. The sidecar headlight & taillight come on when the other lights are on as well, which is a neat touch! The bike fires right up on the first kick (see video above), runs very well and has no known mechanical issues. The carbs are PZ28s, recently cleaned and balanced. This is incredibly RARE, but there are actually NO leaks from the engine, transmission, or rear-end on this bike! All electrical accessories (lights, horn, starter) work properly. Odometer is in Kilometers, BUT you can buy decal-overlays which show both MPH and KPH online for cheap (I did this on the gauge of my last one of these bikes). This machine tracks straight down the road with the sidecar attached, which is easily removed and the bike can be run solo. In my opinion, the dirtier it gets, the better it looks (patina). I kept some pictures from the previous owner in Beverley Hills, California where this bike never saw anything but cobblestone streets and pavement, but mostly I like cruising it on winding, scenic, dirt river-roads (where you would normally never take a 2-wheeled bike). It's got a giant training-wheel off to the side making it incredibly stable. It cleans up beautifully, but just looks more authentic dusty... like it just came out of 75 year barn-storage. I hope you agree... otherwise, I apologize, and can have it polished up before it leaves. Upgrades A number of mechanical and electrical improvements for performance and reliability were made: · The original pistons and rings were replaced with aftermarket high performance 4-ring pistons which give a noticeable boost in power. · Installed a deep sump oil pan and oil pickup to help keep the engine cool. There is a temp gauge on the oil dipstick as it is important to monitor temp on these air-cooled bikes in hot weather. · Replaced the stock fuel lines with clear fuel lines and dual in-line filters. · Added brass fittings to the carbs to assist in synchronizing with a manometer. · Replaced the stock air cleaner with a smaller BMW-style filter unit, resulting in a less cluttered appearance and better engine breathing. · Upgraded the electrical system with solid-state electrics including a modern voltage regulator, rectifier board and starter solenoid. These parts are enclosed in a locked toolkit mounted to the side of the bike, resulting in far better reliability and a more vintage appearance than standard. I have a matching primered toolkit for the opposite side of the bike for symmetry, which could be painted black to match, and installed as well. Most noticeable when riding with the sidecar removed. · Installed a smaller high-power Yuasa battery in a custom battery box in the stock location, saving several pounds of weight. · Replaced the center stand with a side kick stand, making it easier to park the bike when running “solo” without the sidecar. · A seat-belt was installed in the sidecar. While I doubt it improves the safety of an adult passenger, it might help them feel secure... perhaps keep a child or a dog from exiting the ride during motion. My dog rides in the sidecar, and I even have a pair of goggles for her (they say "Doggles" on them). I can provide pictures upon request! If you can't click the following, be sure to cut & paste them into your web-browser: Here is a video of the same bike delivering a Christmas Tree in the snow! https://youtu.be/a10oI4uPyuw Please be sure to click on the following video to view a walkaround of this bike, and hear the engine revving: https://youtu.be/CJV_FqNxmr4 This is a No Reserve auction on a timeless, historical design of a very attractive-looking motorcycle. You can google image-search CJ-750, and find countless styles of tasteful customizations & mods done to these bikes. Here's some specs on the bike: Engine 4 stroke, twin cylinder, air cooled. Capacity (cc) 746 Fuel consumption 29mpg Fuel tank-capacity 4 .6 gallons Electrical system 12 volt Starter kick or electric Clutch dry double disk Drive shaft with u/v joint Transmission 4 forward gears 1 reverse Fuel Type regular or high octane Bore 78mm or 3.07" Compression Ratio 6:1 Engine Oil 10/40 or 20/50 Engine Oil Capacity 2 liters or 2.2 quarts Transmission Oil SAE 80/90 Trans Oil Capacity .8 liters or 26oz Rear Drive Oil Cap .175 liters or 5 oz Spark Plugs Torch4114 Bosch W4AC Gear Ratio Final Drive High Speed Rear Drive High Speed 4th 1st: 3.6:1 2nd: 2.29:1 3rd: 1.71:1 4th: 1.3:1 4.62:1 3.89:1 1.19:1 Tire Size 3.5/3.75 x 19 Tire Pressure Front Rear Side 3.0 or 1.8bar 3.1 or 2.2bar 3.2 or 2.0bar Bulbs Headlamp Tail Lamp Turn Signal 60W/55W 12V 20W/8W 12V 20W 12V Brake Type Drum Suspensions Front Rear Side Telescopic oil damped Plunger Torsion bar, rocker Steer Head Angle 25.5 degrees Important, please read: By bidding on this auction, you acknowledge it is being sold As Is with no warranty. A $250 non-refundable deposit is due within 5 days via PayPal or money order. Full Payment due within 10 days whether picked up yet or not. I can send title after payment is cleared. Storage for a reasonable amount of time is an option, but please ask before bidding. I have a truck & trailer, so delivery is a possibility if within a reasonable driving distance, otherwise, we have had a good deal of success with Atlas Auto Shippers (888) 285-2706. Patricia can get you a quote right over the phone from Mason City, IA 50401. If you have any further questions, or would like to come take the bike for a test-ride, I can be reached afternoons & evenings at (641) 512-5229. Never in all the many, many vehicles I've owned have I ever had one generate so much attention. Everywhere I take this thing, people want to take pictures with it, and sit in the sidecar, etc. Just puts a smile on everyone's face like nothing else I've ever driven. A real Harley XA or BMW R-71 would cost more than my house. This clone will get you the same experience for thousands of dollars less, and 99% of people will be none-the-wiser. I've taken it to shows, and people absolutely go nuts over it. It is currently titled, registered, and insured, so test rides are welcome. I'm driving it daily, so a few more Kilometers may rack up on the odometer by the end of the auction. The weather is nice, but I had fun riding it in the snow as well at the end of winter. You could ride this bike year-round! Thanks for looking. Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4
1975 BMW in excellent mecanical and paint conditions, no rust or dents, runs excellent. transmision works nice and smooth, has electric ignition, runs up to 90 mph easily. Tires have 90 percent of life. It also has the jumstart conection for slow charge. Everything works properly with the exception of the dashboard, the directional lights and the neutral light sometimes blink and sometimes they dont. There is a false conection somewhere. It also has two little scatches in the front bender. This is a collectors item that was not runned in the streets many times.
New York, New York
Posted Over 1 Month
Selling because I ride cruisers now. Fantastic condition. Never dropped. Professionally cleaned. Size L. Paid $750 Asking $250 OBO. Call or Text (leave message if no answer) arai agv bell hjc icon joe rocket Suzuki Honda Kawasaki Yamaha ktm ducati bmw r750 gsxr 1000 rr alpinestars alpine stars dainese motorcycle ride
Posted Over 1 Month
This is my 1978 Chang Jiang CJ750 sidecar model, which is basically a direct copy of a BMW R71. These started out in Germany by BMW produced in 1938-1941, then copied by the Russians after BMW went to overhead valve, the Russian model designated as an M72, (1942-1963) then picked up by the Chinese in the/early 60s and produced steadily to near the present day. All the while it remained true to its 1940s side-valve design with some parts interchangeable with the original R71. This one has been restored to a more presentable German style/specification w. German style fenders, BMW emblems, black lacquered paint, painted or powdercoated wheels & hubs, coffee can tail light, vintage style turn signals, polished cases, polished heads, levers, updated mechanicals and many extra spares to boot. Zoom in on the engine pix for a detailed look, its quite nice! This bike looks great, starts easy and runs like a clock. Bike and I are down here in beautiful Daytona Beach Florida for Biketoberfest, where it gets a lot of attention. In about a week, the bike and I will be headed up I95 to our Pennsylvania second home. Hurry now to see the bike here in Florida or make an offer. Clear title in my own name, . . . and check back soon for more pictures of the bike! Thank you
San Jose, California
This is a 1975 BMW R75/6. It's blue. It's really quite beautiful, though it's by no means a concours bike.- Rebuilt master cylinder, caliper, and brand new BMW front brake hose (Early 2010). - STAINLESS SPOKES front and rear, re-packed & shimmed bearings (Early 2010). - Pro-Grip Grips Installed (Early 2010). - New Bridgestone Spitfire S11 Tires (Early 2010). - Installed super-duper high bars (Since reverted to Euro "S" bars) - Seat re-foamed and re-covered as a "tall boy" seat. Switched to non-hinged seat attachment (hinges included in the bag of extra parts). Since I've owned it I've done a bunch of little maintenance items to get it back up to snuff . You can see a list of repairs below: - Speedo Cable - Transmission Boot Repl. 12/18/2010 - Engine, Gearbox, Driveshaft, Final Drive Fluids Repl. 3/26/2011 - MAC Whispertone Mufflers Installed Mid-2011 - Instrument Cluster Rebuilt by WireSpokes in Oregon Mid-2012 - Oil Filter, OIL PAN GASKET, Gearbox Fluids Repl. 8/13/2012 - Petcocks Rebuilt 6/10/2013
Up for sale is Bmw R75/6 project. I just don't have time for a project like I had hoped, need a good home. Bought it from the old German Pilot in Arkansas, it was sitting in his garage since 199x. Only 6351 original miles. All parts are original, come with everything you see in photos. Arkansan clean title. Carrollton area. [IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2497_zpsy3mngofh.jpg[/IMG] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2500_zps63gmdbn4.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2500_zps63gmdbn4.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2499_zpseqii05tj.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2499_zpseqii05tj.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2509_zpsin0tiiwc.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2509_zpsin0tiiwc.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2508_zpsqomoyiw2.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2508_zpsqomoyiw2.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2505_zpsid2mgolb.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2505_zpsid2mgolb.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2503_zpsrobg9s6k.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2503_zpsrobg9s6k.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2506_zpsfgaup0jt.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2506_zpsfgaup0jt.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2504_zpsmcmkjqff.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2504_zpsmcmkjqff.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2507_zpsr5vjavgn.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2507_zpsr5vjavgn.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2511_zpssbt7kmtn.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2511_zpssbt7kmtn.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2512_zpskouyrghh.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2512_zpskouyrghh.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2510_zps7hjfr9w1.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2510_zps7hjfr9w1.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2515_zpsyyqgxgfp.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2515_zpsyyqgxgfp.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2514_zpsljaytrid.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2514_zpsljaytrid.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2501_zpsd48hctra.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2501_zpsd48hctra.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s56.photobucket.com/user/RealBee/media/_DSC2502_zpscjnt7j5k.jpg.html][IMG]http://i56.photobucket.com/albums/g186/RealBee/_DSC2502_zpscjnt7j5k.jpg[/IMG][/URL]
Trim R75 6
San Clemente, California
Posted Over 1 Month
Great bike and sidecar made as an exact replica of the classic military 1939 BMW. The design was passed from BMW to Ural to Dnepr then Chang Jiang I believe.This bike was manufactured in 1973.Same bike and tooling just new manufacturers. Parts very cheap and available all over the internet. Great attention getter , very clean , very authentic. Should probably ride round town with a FOR SALE sign it would sell easily but I have no time. Runs great, everything works fine except ignition key sticks now and then .Doesnt affect anything. Just serviced. New fuel lines,petcock and battery. Been used as a movie prop previously. Reverse gear and a hoot to ride. Handles, stops,goes and cruises like a 1939 750cc BMW. Saddlebags, sidecar cover, has built in steering stabilizer . The tricky , expensive import docs and registration process are done. Reg good thru july 2015. I am the 2nd owner and had it less than a year and done 5 miles.I dont have space or time for it. I race F1 sidecars and got this for round town fun but need the space mainly. Inspections welcome. Serious only please. If you want it right away hit the "buy it now". I can assist your transporter. Check my 100% positive feedback with over half million $ in cars bikes and exotic toys.Private party sales I am not a dealer. This can be an easy transaction.Thank you.
2000 BMW R 1100 S - $3,750 72,000 miles, factory Heated grips, New Bridgestone tires, Fresh valve adjustment, TPS adjustment and throttle body balance performed. Paralever bearing is nice and tight, clutch is excellent. Brakes have also been bled. This is an ABS bike, but not an ABS servo motor bike. An important distinction due to the greater simplicity of this system and the ability for the average owner to bleed the system without the special tools necessary on the servo system. Very smooth bike ready to go anywhere! Needs nothing. Eight one Eight 635-9220 -Brad also will Trade for Honda XL650?
San Diego, California
Posted Over 1 Month
This is a 1975 BMW R75/6. It's blue. It's really quite beautiful, though it's by no means a concours bike. I have owned the bike for around two years. My roommate bought it from an older gentleman about four years ago, rode it for about a year, and moved across the country...so he sold it to our other roommate. That roommate rode it maybe three times in the year he owned it, and when he moved up North he sold it to me. I hadn't ridden it a single mile in the last two years until finally getting it back on the road in August. Since we first bought it from the older gentleman in 2010, it's had maybe 2500 miles put on it in total...I estimate, based on what I was told by the older gentleman and what we've ridden, that the bike has around 50,000 miles on it, though the odometer wasn't working at the time...When the instrument cluster was rebuilt last year it was wound to 99984, so it's about to flip over to "00000". As for history, I really don't know much before 2010, when my roommate bought it. I do know that the previous owner did a few notable things to it: - Rebuilt master cylinder, caliper, and brand new BMW front brake hose (Early 2010).- STAINLESS SPOKES front and rear, re-packed & shimmed bearings (Early 2010).- Pro-Grip Grips Installed (Early 2010).- New Bridgestone Spitfire S11 Tires (Early 2010).- Installed super-duper high bars (Since reverted to Euro "S" bars)- Seat re-foamed and re-covered as a "tall boy" seat. Switched to non-hinged seat attachment (hinges included in the bag of extra parts). Since I've owned it I've done a bunch of little maintenance items to get it back up to snuff (neither of my roommates was very mechanically inclined). You can see a list of repairs below: - Speedo Cable - Transmission Boot Repl. 12/18/2010- Engine, Gearbox, Driveshaft, Final Drive Fluids Repl. 3/26/2011- MAC Whispertone Mufflers Installed Mid-2011- Instrument Cluster Rebuilt by WireSpokes in Oregon Mid-2012- Oil Filter, OIL PAN GASKET, Gearbox Fluids Repl. 8/13/2012- Petcocks Rebuilt 6/10/2013 (SEE "ISSUES" BELOW)- Tank Grip Pads Re-Adhesived 6/10/2013- Tank Emblems Replaced 6/10/2013- Clutch Switch Replaced 6/10/2013- Forks Partially Rebuilt (Upper + Lower Seals & Buffers Replaced) 2/3/2014- Euro "S" Low Bars Installed 2/3/2014- Brake Cable Replaced 2/3/2014- Battery Box Buffers Replaced 2/3/2014- Gas Tank Mounting Buffers Replaced 7/7/2014- Throttle Cables Replaced 8/7/2014- Valves Adjusted 8/7/2014- Fuel Line Replaced 8/7/2014- Fuel Filters Replaced 9/5/2014- Replaced petcocks with genuine BMW/Karcoma 90* angle petcocks 9/5/2014- Carbs completely ultrasonic cleaned & rebuilt with BMW/Bing parts (incl. floats) 9/5/2014- Tachometer/odometer cable replaced with Genuine BMW cable 9/5/2014 There's a few spare parts included, such as: - Original seat hinges.- Original seat grab rail.- Original steering damper.- Other random bits and pieces. ...this would be where most sellers say "It's 40 years old and has a few flaws", but I'd rather just list the one main flaw for you: - Neutral switch leaks a bit of fluid, as do many Airheads. Probably the best solution is to make a project out of popping the transmission off to lube the splines, check the clutch, and replace the neutral switch at that time. Doesn't have to be done anytime soon, as it only drips a drop or less per day. So, that's all the good and the bad. Registration, by the way, is current as NON OP...cost to get her back fully registered is $81 at the DMV. I'm located in North Park, just about 5 minutes from Downtown San Diego and about 10 minutes from the airport. If you would like to fly in and ride the bike home, I can pick you up at the airport. If you would prefer to have the bike shipped I can help you with that as well. If you're not too far away (California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon) I can possibly deliver the bike for a reasonable fee -- I've got a Mercedes Benz Sprinter that's set up for camping and hauling motorcycles. In any event, pickup is the full responsibility of the buyer. Please check my feedback and contact me with any questions you might have!
1976 BMW R75/6 750cc motorcycle. PRICE REDUCED! Few miles on engine rebuild; tight and fast. Original tool kit. Side and ride-off stands. Krauser bags. S fairing. Parabelum windscreen. New rear tire. Extras. Vin 4947558. Reduced to $3500 obo. 360.499.5317
This 1974 BMW has been disassembled and all parts thoroughly cleaned and polished. Motor disassembled. New pistons, new rings, heads reworked, all new seals and gaskets. Frame and all sheet metal stripped and refinished with DuPont urethane. All bolts, fasteners polished or replaced with stainless. New starter solenoid. New grips. New exhaust system complete. New tires, new tubes. New battery. Carburetors completely rebuilt and synced. Master cylinder rebuilt. New tank badges and 750cc decals. Rebuilt fuel petcocks with new fuel strainers. New drive-line boot. New fork gaiters. All new fluids throughout. Please view pictures to see tear-down and rebuild. This is a very nice example of a vintage BMW. Ebay requires something in vehicle title section. This vintage bike does not have a title but will come with a notarized Bill of Sale and a T22B Georgia Law Enforcement Inspection.On Nov-23-14 at 06:49:21 PST, seller added the following information: I have included 23 pictures E bay only allows 24 i have many more pics that i can include on a disc or thumb drive if buyer request and provides media storage device great attention to detail was provided during this build every bolt and fastener was cleaned polished and detailed all aluminum parts were cleaned and polished to a high luster looking at the pictures of the bike you can see how clean and detailed the clamps and fasteners are the bike is available to view if needed good luck and happy bidding
Trim 75 6
New York, New York
This has been my 2nd rider in Brooklyn for over 5 or 6 years. It was rebuilt and purchase from AutoBahn Kraftwerks who are AMAZING at what they do. The bike has been routinely maintained in Brooklyn by Peter at Moto Bogataro, I've owned a few airheads and he is the best mechanic I've ever worked with. Love, care, passion and pure knowledge. It has been stored in my garage and never kept outdoors. It starts on first click unless of course it's really cold then it may take one or two extra. It needs a little bit of a wash, I will do it this weekend actually and have it detailed. :) There is no rust AT ALL, that mud is just a puddle I ran over comes right off!!! Will update photos if I can in time. The engine is super powerful, responsive, such a blast to drive, great weight balance, comfortable, and just a pleasure even two up. Most of the work was done by AutoBahn but I did update the rear shocks, have new tires, worked on brakes, maintained oil change schedule. An s-fairing could be added to it, all hook up are on the bike. I am selling it because I no longer have my apartment with the parking space in 2 months and cannot afford to pay for an indoor lot for two bikes. Please if you have any questions do not hesitate to ask, I know it's hard to buy a bike without seeing it so I want to be as forthcoming as possible! She is really an incredible incredible beauty, a real classy head turner. I would prefer to have buyer deal with shipping but if I have to help we can work together and find the easiest way to do it, happy to help facilitate. I won't include details now cause it's a case by case basis. Good luck! Here's a video I did of her starting up. Literally first try! Apologies for shaky video.
Trim R75 6
Trabuco Canyon, California
2015 BMW R Nine T $11,750 8K miles. Excellent example of a 2015 R Nine T with minimal, tasteful upgrades, including Rizoma fairing, Rizoma pegs, BMW kneepads, custom vinyl carbon fiber fork wrap, Mustang wide body seat, Akropovic titanium pipe and can, and rubberized handle grips -- all of which are easily removed if thats your thing. Both the original (never used) exhaust cans and original seat are included! Bike is set up for single rider, but can easily be converted back to two-up (dual) configuration by any competent mechanic -- price includes seat underframe (never used) for such purposes. Brand new, with set up costs and upgrades, this bike would cost well over 20K. It has NEVER been dropped, and looks showroom new. Serviced at 6K miles, with a new rear tire. Front tire has 3-4K left on it. Always garaged, treated right, etc. Priced right and then some!
Posted Over 1 Month
On the bike are still all the police-spec components fitted, like the rare Gläser fairing, special dash set-up, police-model/half-closed BMW front fender, blue-colored alternating "BMW" flash-lights, dual tone alternating "Bosch" police-horns, integrated side & top case set (the lh side case has the original police radio fitted) remote-control for the police radio and an original BMW single seat. It is running and riding Very well, the odometer reads 81164 km/50433 mile and everything works fine.