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Rumblecloud
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A friend sent me this link a while back. I'm certain it's been posted here somewhere, but I did my due diligence and searched for it in all the categories to no avail. At any rate, the article is limited in detail, but the images speak volumes.

Does anyone have any more background on this gorgeous piece of machinery?

http://stylecrave.com/2009-03-16/1934-bmw-r7/1934-bmw-r7_1/

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BMW R7 Beautiful and Rare

There was some additional discussion provided by Peter Nettesheim on this thread:

http://vintagebmw.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=824

He had additional pictures. You may have to go a few pages before you find it.

We were posting pictures of bikes and Peter showed it to us... Definitely quite a sight!

Kurt in S.A.

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BMW R7 Beautiful and Rare

Read the thread above, its simpley amazing and the pics of the R7 are just that..WOW. Thats the word Art Deco rolled up all into one bike.

Mike

"schrader7032" wrote:

There was some additional discussion provided by Peter Nettesheim on this thread:

http://vintagebmw.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=824

He had additional pictures. You may have to go a few pages before you find it.

We were posting pictures of bikes and Peter showed it to us... Definitely quite a sight!

Kurt in S.A.

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BMW R7 Beautiful and Rare

Thank you all for the response. I knew you all had your eyes on it. I have done a lot of tracking on it since my original post and there is a lot of info on the R7.

It is on esuper looking machine.
Thanks again for all your interest.

hans crabbe
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R 7 "Rebuilder" for BMW Classic

enjoy this site :

http://www.hanskeckeisen.de

greetings

hans Crabbe

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