2933423 1971 BMW R60/5, Black. 22 Lt. Tank. 58,406 Miles. Not Running “Project Bike”.
Nice headlight bucket, good wires, nice instrument, has a pair of Muv-A-Fuse installed, no ring / lens / reflector insert. Has no key for steering lock and seat lock, good hand controls, good cables, good handlebars, one mirror, mirror mount threads are good on both sides, switches good, good steering damper and knob.
Big 22 Lt. tank has small dings on top, needs relined, good fuel cap needs gasket, Karcoma petcocks, no emblems, carburetors slides free. Motor turns free, has blow-by / stuck rings; should run if rings were free. clutch turns free, good valve covers.
Transmission shifts well in all gears. Exhaust headers good, crossover fair. Aftermarket mufflers solid with good finish. Aftermarket touring in good condition. Metal seat pan (non OE) in good condition. Good hinges, also has missing rear pivot on subframe. Two piece grab rails.
Both rims straight with no flat spots; will polish up nicely. Spokes fair. Front hub cap good, small dings on rear hub cap. Both fenders have no cracks. No horn. No Centerstand. Right rear shock cover has small ding, left cover has dent. Good OE taillight, no front turn signals and no rear turn signals or rear mounting bar. No passenger pegs. No horn. Seat latch has no lock.
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