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nautidiver's picture
Palm City, Fl
Joined: 03/20/2014
Posts: 2

I have acquired a 1941 BMW Side Car don't know much about it looking to put a fair value on it and find out some history to sell it ,needs some restoration but would make someone a neat bike in the end.

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schrader7032's picture
VBMWMO #7032
San Antonio, TX
Joined: 10/27/2006
Posts: 6857
That all looks Chang

That all looks Chang Jiang...even the same as this picture:



Kurt in S.A.
'78 R100/7 '69 R69S '52 R25/2

nautidiver's picture
Palm City, Fl
Joined: 03/20/2014
Posts: 2
Thanks it does look like

Thanks it does look like that, title says BMW but the engine has some Chinese lettering that had me a little baffled, just trying to put a value on it and move it out of the garage thanks for the help.

DFoote's picture
VBMWMO #8655
Joined: 01/21/2014
Posts: 40
I'm a CJ guy...

where is the bike located?
Thanks, Don in Dallas


Don Foote Dallas TX
58 R69 59 R50 63 R50/2
71 Triumph T100C

Mike Goldthorpe
Mike Goldthorpe's picture
Joined: 07/26/2011
Posts: 68
Chang Jiang site here

You could advertise the bike here http://www.changjiangunlimited.com/ I'd love one - be the only way I'd ever get an M72 these days.....


One of the few R50 owners in New Zealand

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VBMWMO #9044
Riverside, CA
Joined: 02/21/2008
Posts: 87
Its a Chang Jiang, hands down

Its a Chang Jiang, hands down clear as day...


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