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1982 - Bmw R-series Mkm1000 on mail.2040motos

US $22,000.00
YearYear:1982 MileageMileage:3800 ColorColor: White
Location:

Rhoadesville, Virginia, United States

Rhoadesville, Virginia, United States

BMW Other description

extremely rare 1982 Krauser MKM1000. One of only about 200 Krauser-built bikes produced during its two-year run, and one of only 13 machines imported into the USA by BMW of North America in 1982. Michael Krauser had a very close relationship with the BMW factory, and he sourced his R100RS mechanical components directly from them. The difference is that the Krauser-built bikes don't have a BMW vin, they have a Krauser vin on the engine, frame, trans & rear drive. The other important difference is that he then proceeded to wrap all these parts in a computer designed birdcage frame that was extremely light and rigid.

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