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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by Lounge, Jan 20, 2017.
I'd be a liar if I said I haven't looked at the listing more than a few times.
Do it!! :)
BMW R75/7 RARE AIRHEAD-COMPLETELY RESTORED
I don't see a price. It looks like a CL auction situation...looking for offers. If you are selling something, you have to know how much it would take to let it go...just put a price on it.
EDIT - I found another CL listing for it in TN with a price of $7750.
1984 BMW R80/GS - $8900
1994 BMW R100R "Mystic" - $5500 (Portland)
I do have a sister in Madison WI. But, she's a millennial so it would be easier to do it myself
I reached out earlier today and haven't received a response. I just checked the listing and it has been deleted. It looks like someone got a nice bike.
Not mine but local, Hoske tank for a /2 for $795.00, that's a really good price! https://denver.craigslist.org/mpo/d/longmont-hoske-bmw-tank/6891479846.html
I hope it went to someone like one of us, a person who will enjoy it as is. At that price point, it brings out the "Cafe Clown Crowd" And no bike deserves the fate of flat black, exhaust wrap, and brown "leather" wrapped skateboard seats
Also on Ebay with a buy-it-now price of $1,300...
That's funny because I was telling my fiancee about it and how a lot of them are being chopped up to create what is essentially something that is only good for cruising around the neighborhood or for taking pictures of and she told me I should buy it. Oh well, I think I knew in the back of my mind that wasn't going to last long at that price.
Speak of the devil...
1987 BMW R80 FOR SALE - $3000
I'm not an expert, but I think this might be mislabeled. However, the price doesn't seem out of line for what it is...I think???
BMW GS 100 Paris-Dakar 1989 - $5500
You are correct. Not a PD. There were no PD's in the States in '89. Nice looking bike.
^ I like that one...
That's the exact bike I just sold, year, color, fairing, everything. Even nice to see my price was fair for what this person is asking. Dang, she's so pretty :')
Not affiliated with or know the seller:
1977 BMW R75/7 with Wastonian Sidecar (Early Branch, SC 29916)
BMW sidecar rig
This is a 1977 R75/7 BMW that was converted to a sidecar bike, it has a leading link front end, 15 inch wheels specifically designed for sidecar use and a swingarm designed to fit the wide tires that it uses. Very unique bike.
The engine runs great, trans shifts perfectly. The sidecar is a Watsonian brand that is properly mounted to the bike.
This will make someone o very unique bike, it does need a good scrubbing but I am leaving it as is so the prospective buyer can see exactly what they are buying. I do have two new tires ordered and they will be included in the sale.
Maybe its just the photo angle, but that sidecar looks really big.
Me, too. That sidecar has a motorcycle.