BMW R75/5

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1943 R75 3x2

1943 BMW R75 3x2

This BMW with Steib sidecar had originally been designed to tow a light gun, but the weight on the tow-bar lifted the front wheel off the ground. Armed with a mobile machine gun, the BMW was a rugged, reliable go-anywhere vehicle. Expensive to build, its cost was double of the Porsche designed VW (Jeep-like) vehicle, even so, 16,500 machines were built and remained in service throughout the war. The palm tree insignia indicates that this machine was part of Rommel's Afrika Korps. This bike was built to the same specifications as the Zundapp KS750.


1970 R75/5

1970 BMW R75/5 in Black
1970 BMW R75/5 in Black
1970 BMW R75/5 in Black
1970 BMW R75/5 in Black
1970 BMW R75/5 in Black
1970 BMW R75/5 in Black


1972 R75/5

1972 BMW R75/5



1973 R75/5

1973 BMW R-75/5 in Black
1973 BMW R-75/5 in Black
1973 BMW R-75/5 in Black
1973 BMW R-75/5 in Black
1973 BMW R-75/5 in Black
1973 BMW R-75/5 in Black
1973 BMW R-75/5 in Black


1976 R75/6

1976 BMW R75/6 in Blue
1976 BMW R75/6 in Blue
1976 BMW R75/6 in Blue