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saintclair2703
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Asheville
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I've been driving BMW sidecar rigs for 25 or 30 years...
So a guy finds out about me and wants me to teach him how to take care of, and drive a restored early 40's rig he inherited.

OK- I'm up for that. I actually drove one back in... 1975ish? What I need to know is;
What are the model names for these bikes- R75, R75M, M75?
How does the Hi / Low and reverse work?

Any links to good pictures / info?

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schrader7032
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San Antonio, TX
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WWII era sidecar info?

Try the VBMWMO links page...search for "WWII" without the quotes...there are a couple of places to check out...

http://www.vintagebmw.org/version6/index.php?q=node/24

If you find other interesting pages, report back and we'll see about including them on the links page for future reference.

Kurt in S.A.

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WWII era sidecar info?

Visit the guys at:
http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/KRADRIDER/?yguid=25164877

Several of them have R75 and can advise you.

Ciao,

Bruce

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