1973 BMW R 75/5
ADDED: December 15, 2023
1973 BMW R75/5 Pristine conditions Collection piece Only 22,673 miles Clean title.
Motivated Seller $8.000. obo
I offer for sale this excellent Toaster Tank.
I bought this wonderful 1973 R 75/5 in March 2018.
The previous owner had it since 1979, when I bought it it showed only 15,768 miles on the odometer, now it has 22,661.
In addition to riding it in the city, I have made several trips in these past 6 years with it and it has always worked perfectly, it has never let me down.
Always meticulously maintained, and in excellent condition, with some minor details due to use, it is not a garage queen but looks and works perfectly.
In addition to riding it in the city, I have made several trips in these 6 years with it and it has always worked perfectly, it has never let me down.
In these 6 years, I have only changed the tires, the battery, and the starter relay was replaced in 2019, last year I installed new rear YSS twinshocks and performed maintenance and oil change on the fork, the original shock absorbers still work but I planned to send them to be refurbished, they are delivered with the bike, it also has the original tool kit as well as the air pump and some other parts.
For the motorcycle enthusiast with a penchant for nostalgia, the 1973 BMW R75/5 is an iconic symbol of the golden era of motorcycling. This classic motorcycle is a testament to BMW's engineering prowess and timeless design philosophy. The R75/5 stands out in the vintage BMW lineup for its perfect blend of power, comfort, and style. Its 750cc engine delivers smooth and reliable performance, making it a joy to ride on both city streets and country roads. The bike's classic lines and attention-grabbing chrome accents are sure to turn heads wherever you go.
Here are some reasons why this vintage BMW should be on your radar:
Durability: Known for their build quality, these classic BMW motorcycles were built to last. With proper care, they can still offer reliable service decades after their production.
Collectability: As a classic motorcycle, the R75/5 has seen its value appreciate over time. It's not just a bike; it's an investment.
The 1973 BMW R75/5 is not just a motorcycle; it's a piece of history. Owning one is like owning a tangible piece of the past that you can experience firsthand.