Lot 104 - BMW K75 RT
|Odometer reading||46,752 miles|
|Result||Sold - £56|
The BMW K75 was a standard motorcycle produced by BMW Motorrad from 1985 to 1995. At the time of its introduction, the K75 was BMW's least expensive motorcycle, the three-cylinder BMW K75 was developed alongside the K100 but was introduced a year after the K100 as a marketing strategy with the smaller 740cc engine producing 75bhp. According to BMW, 80 percent of the K75's parts are interchangeable with the K100's however the K75's radiator and fuel tank were smaller than those on the K100.
This example is offered as a project or restoration and is currently not running. It will require restoring or could be used for parts for a donor motorcycle. Accessories such as heated grips and pannier racks with rear top box are found as is mono lever rear suspension and ABS similar to the K1/K100rs. These three cylinder water cooled, fuel injected motorcycles are very sound and sought after bikes, fast and nimble these are well balanced due to their three cylinders and our vendor believes that with recomissioning the engine will run very well.
Guide price £2,000 - £3,000
*Accompanying this lot is some spare trim.
Interested parties should note that this lot supplied without a V5 registration document.
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