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1971 Bmw R75/5 on mail.2040motos

$5,500
YearYear:1971 MileageMileage:4341 ColorColor: BLACK
Location:

BRUNSWICK, New York

BRUNSWICK, NY
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BMW Other tech info

TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(866) 287-0211

BMW Other description

1971 BMW R75/5, 1971 R75/5 - fully serviced R75/5- new gearbox bearings- replaced cables- new battery- fluids changed- new filterView pics to see dent on side of tank and some other notable cosmetic items on the bike. Good running machineContact Steve or Craig at MAX BMW NY for more info at (518)279-3040.

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