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1969 BMW R 75/5 1969 BMW R 75/5
  • Air cooled, four stroke, two cylinder horizontally opposed Boxer, pushrod operated 2 valves per cylinder.
  • 210kg
  • Drum brakes
  • 4 speed
  • 50bhp @ 6200rpm
1971 BMW R75/5 1971 BMW R75/5 750cc
1972 BMW R75/5 1972 BMW R75/5
1973 BMW R75/5 1973 BMW R75/5 The /5 series, introduced in 1969, were the first of the modern BMWs, with the R75 the largest of the new models, and the first 750cc machine BMW had built since the war. The /5 machines have a four speed gearbox, twin leading shoe eight inch front brakes, and a fuel capacity of 5.27 gallons (24 litres) and 50+ mpg . The 1973 model has an extended swing arm designed to overcome criticism of the original high speed handling (ie. the LWB – Long Wheel Base). The /5s were the last of the hand-built BMWs, reflected in their price in this country when new, more than a top of the range VW Beetle.
1973 BMW R75/6 1973 BMW R75/6
1974 BMW Model R75/5 with sidecar 1974 BMW Model R75/5 with sidecar
1974 BMW Model R75/6 1974 BMW Model R75/6
1975 BMW R75/6 BMW Model R75/6 The bike appears to be complete with Bing Carbs' and a Model 141 Wixom Brothers Faring.
1975 BMW R75/5 1975 BMW 750  
1976 BMW R75/7 1976 BMW R75/7
1977 BMW R75/7, 750cc 1977 BMW R75/7, 750cc
1977 BMW R75/7 1977 BMW R75/7
1978 BMW R75/7 1978 BMW R75/7

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