1976 BMW R-Series

North Orange Blossom Trail, Kissimmee, FL, USA

£4500.00


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Ad Detail

Posted 34 days ago
  • Manufacturer:

    BMW
  • Registration Year:

    1976 (R)
  • Location:

    North Orange Blossom Trail, Kissimmee, FL, USA
  • Date Posted:

    12 October 2018
  • Model:

    R60
  • Engine CC:

    599
  • Price:

    £4500.00
  • Private or Trade Ad:

    Private

Sellers Description

1976 BMW R-Series R 60/6 vintage motorcycle for sale. Low 20,930 (see photo - believed to be correct) miles for bike make and age. Numbers matching, 90% stock bike with original paint and pin striping, etc. Note: Metal side covers are from a /5 (...because they looked better then the original plastic stock ones), and front fender is from a /7 (...or so I was told). Clean, clear MD title in my name. Original owners manual included. Previously owned by a gentleman in CONN and had been sitting, barely used, in his garage since 1994. A shop in FLA went thru it mechanically, replaced fluids, etc, etc. I bought it from them a little while back and have thoroughly cleaned/detailed it, cleaned and flushed fuel tank, replaced both petcocks, added brand new maintenance-free battery, trickle charger pigtails, new correct under seat tool tray, OEM side mirrors, chrome seat trim, as well as a few other missing bits. Since I had planned to make this my daily rider, I also had a local (Bob's) BMW shop replace the rear tire/tube with new Metzeler LaserTec, replace air intake hose clamps, float bowl gaskets, etc, etc. Note: I did recently noticed that when bike is idling, and placed on its side stand, the left side float bowl drips a bit of gas. This did not do this prior to having the float bowl gaskets recently replaced. I have a feeling the new left one is not seated properly... Should only be a 5 minute fix.
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