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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by Lounge, Jan 20, 2017.
Funny, I was thinking the same thing.
Certainly could call that optimistic, but I have been wondering if the '77 R100S might take off in price. Last of the pre-emissions airheads, high compression, 40mm Bings. But, it's hard to tell, that looks like it's not original paint. An original pristine paint job would be rare, as that red faded like crazy—but it was a nice color.
Well, this is intriguing....
Would need a full restoration, but $3000- for what is said to be a running ‘76 R90S?!
That one has been up for a while now, I'm surprised it hasn't sold yet.
I’m not going to argue with you
75 R75/6 - $1900
79 R100RS - $3200
1974 BMW R90S
(Seems Pricey to me).
92 R100GS $3000
BMW R80ST 1984 - $4500
I really hope someone doesn't butcher that bike
Found this one on SF Bay Area craigslist at https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/mcy/d/pleasant-hill-excellent-1998-bmw-r1100r/6940578714.html
1960 BMW R50/2 750CC Custom
thats an oilhead
Odd, he calls it a 'custom' instead of 'conversion'
If that was local I don't think I could resist... hell I was thinking about how to get to Austin.
1992 BMW R100 GS Motorcycle - $5500 (Anaconda MT)
Maybe “custom” sounds sexier than “conversion”.
Ugly colour but the price isn’t bad