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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by Lounge, Jan 20, 2017.
Could not resist that one if it was local... heck I've thought about the drive.
Here's another ST. They're everywhere!
Here’s a PD tank and solo Corbin seat + rack for an early ‘90s Bumblebee.
$1200- for all seems like a good deal:
Nice set of refinished GS or mystic wheels and other bits cylinders/jugs in CA.
One of the smoothest and best BMWs I ever rode was an R80ST. Too bad many of them are being GS-ified...
OK, I hesitated to post this here, because I thought I might want a shot at it. However, I am really wanting a /5. This 75/6 seems like a pretty nice bike with low mileage for a price that seems in the ballpark for the shape.
'76 R75/6 with 9,100 original miles. Darn good shape. $5,500 asking
Gull wing turn signals.....very interesting.
Was tempted by this one ... https://losangeles.craigslist.org/wst/mcy/d/oak-view-1963-bmw-r60-2/6957417986.html
I think modified to clear the Luftmeister fairing?
That was quick.
Just a reminder to add a pic for added enjoyment.
Just saw this pop up locally, seems like a good buy if it really does run / drive well
I bet you get the "please provide me your email so i can forward it to my mom and she will get in touch with you with extra pics and details"
1977 BMW R100RS - $5000 (Slippery Rock)
Nice clean low mile mono RT for cheap.
1992 BMW R100RT - $3500 (Cleveland)
And a twin shock '79 RT (in one of my favorite colors). Low miles and in great shape for even cheaper than that mono . . .
1979 BMW R100RT - $2800 (Chest Springs)
Maybe I’m channeling Monk, but there’s something strange with that picture. Wheel covers on a truck parked like that? And the grass is green underneath?
690mi on a very desirable model, prepped by Max BMW?
I'm betting they want as much if not more than a new motorcycle.
I'm scared to ask the price, but good lord
I'd guess $15-20K. Wouldn't surprise me a bit if they get $15k.
Mine hasn't looked that good since, well since ever.