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1961 Bmw R-series on mail.2040motos

YearYear:1961 MileageMileage:3
Location:

Tampa, Florida, United States

Tampa, Florida, United States
1961 BMW R-Series, image 1

BMW R-Series photos

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BMW R-Series tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

BMW R-Series description

You are looking at a 1961 BMW R27. This is a numbers matching bike which means the frame number, engine number, and VIN plate number all match. The bike has its original tool kit bag, tools, BMW workshop rag, tire pump, instruction manual, spare parts manual, and repair manual. I found this bike sitting in the same family since 1975. I was able to shoot two videos of the bike running but I am still going to list her as a non running project since the carb needs still needs adjusted. Tires have barely been used. Bike has low miles of 3921. There is a Florida title for the bike. This is a rare bike so don't miss out! I will now let my slideshow and video I provided in the listing do the talking. You must use a regular computer or laptop to see the slideshow and video.  They will not show up with apps, phones, or some tablets. Click on the view all tab at the bottom of the slideshow to see all the pictures.

 This is a NO RESERVE auction. No warranties expressed or implied , and a as is where is sale. Feel free to have the motorcycle inspected if you like.  All sales are final, and there are no refunds or returns, and inspections are recommended. Bike comes with a title from previous owner.  Full payment is do within 7 days after the auction has ended. Buyer must also contact me within 2 days after the auction has ended to set up a time for payment and pickup. Bike must be picked up in Tampa FL. As long as the bike is paid for in full within 7 days after the auction has ended, then she can sit here for up to two months, but would like it picked up as soon as possible. Please look at all of the pictures, including the slideshow pictures, and ask all questions before bidding as I will be happy to answer them.  Thank you and happy bidding!
mcl23aren's BMW R27 album on Photobucket

   

   

 The description of this motorcycle is written to the best of my knowledge.  However, I am by no means an expert on vintage motorcycles.  Please donít hesitate to ask for more photos and, if possible, come and look in person before the auction ends.  ALL SALES ARE FINAL!  If you have any questions, please contact me before the auction ends. This motorcycle is being sold as is, where is with no warranty, expressed, written or implied unless there is a warranty in effect from the factory.  The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein, and makes no warranty in connection therewith.  No allowance or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, defect or damage.  Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type.  It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the motorcycle and to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgment solely. Once item is paid for in full then the buyer has satisfied him or her self, and seller holds no responsibility for the item. The seller shall and will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects associated with this motorcycle at the buyer's request PRIOR to the close of sale.  Seller assumes no responsibility for any statements regardless of any oral or written statements about the motorcycle. Please remember that your bid constitutes a legally binding contract to purchase this item.  If you require an inspection, have it done prior to bidding.  I strongly encourage all bidders to inspect the motorcycle personally or enlist the services of a professional inspector prior to placing a bid.  After the sale, inspections are not recognized as a contingency to completing your obligation to your winning bid.  If there are any questions regarding the above terms, please e-mail prior to bidding. 

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