BMW R 67/3


Car-ID: XT0516
Model, Body type:
Motorcycle / Scooter
Engine Power:
590 CCM (20 KW / 28 BHP)
Manual transmission
33,500 km

Vehicle Description

A milestone in motorcycle history
– 2003 imported from France to Germany
– vehicle registration and certificate available, decommissioned in 2006
– 590 ccm and 28 hp
– extensively restored in 2009
– frame, fork, tank, mudguards, headlights repainted with original lines
– chromed rims, spokes and tyres renewed
– wheel hubs completely overhauled
– engine, gearbox and cardan drive completely overhauled
– wiring harness completely renewed
– Dekra appraisal from 2009
– 2021 fuel tap renewed, carburettor repaired and synchronised
– German registration

At the beginning of the 1950s, the BMW R 67/2, together with the 500 cm³ model, was the first significant new development by Bayerische Motoren Werke AG after the Second World War. The familiar chassis with the telescopic fork and the straight-line rear suspension was also adopted for the 600 cm³ touring motorbike. New engine designs with a central camshaft, which also drives the magneto, replaced the two chain-driven camshafts. The alternator is mounted on the crankshaft stump at the front. As part of the model update, the so-called “fishtail” mufflers disappeared, which until then had been part of the typical appearance of the R 67. Until 1954, a total of 4234 motorbikes of this model were produced. The R 67 BMW motorbikes were particularly popular with sidecar drivers because of their good torque. BMW delivered 700 complete R 67/3 sidecars in 1955. The Berlin Post Office used the R 67/3 together with the sidecar made by Dittmann for express service. For a fee, West Berliners could have letters and other mail delivered within two hours at the latest within the western sectors.

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