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FS: 1969 BMW R69s conversion bike

Anyone interested in my 1969 BMW R69s conversion bike? has a r75/5 engine and 5 speed transmission. Driver quality, that needs nothing but a rider.
I have the GS 1200 bug, but only room for one bike
$10k ( PO Spent $14k in the build) plus i have $3k receipts on maintenance last 3 years to make this super reliable

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Not trying to hijack the thread here, but Lada03 - is that reference to Vaz 2103?
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Not trying to hijack the thread here, but Lada03 - is that reference to Vaz 2103?
Well, you did.

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Continuing with hijacking, thanks for the heads up on the film. I didn't see it but now its on my list. BTW, very familiar with the 2103 model.....
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You are correct)
We used to have a vaz 2103. The “export models” were called lada03
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Nice bike, GLWS
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Thanks, someone would get a nixe bike for the money. Vintage look with 70s reliability
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Thanks, someone would get a nixe bike for the money. Vintage look with 70s reliability
Absolutely. I was thinking the same
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Worked at Bavarian Cycle Works, an indy shop in SF in the late 70s-early 80s with Brian Hilton, one of the founders and a boy genius mechanic. He built a /2 conversion with an R100 motor and even with the Earls fork and plunger rear end would smoke all the Japanese and Euro bikers on the Sunday Morning Ride through the twisty Marin hills.
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I initially wanted to put an r90/6 engine, but ot seems to big sand would stick out like a soar thumb. The r75/is more torque, more reliable... but obviously gives way on the top end speed.
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