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Article about: Hello Gents, At the moment i am looking for a good WH motor cycle. BMW R12/R75 but other brands (DKW etc) also have interest. Any good advice on where to find good bikes other tha Mil-web? I

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    Hello Gents,

    At the moment i am looking for a good WH motor cycle. BMW R12/R75 but other brands (DKW etc) also have interest. Any good advice on where to find good bikes other tha Mil-web? I would prefer non restored bikes or as little done to them as possible.

    Thank you in advance

    Regards, Lars

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    They are getting very hard to find Lars as you have no doubt found out, if you are interested in a DKW the guy who runs this museum might be able to point you in the right direction.
    ErstesBerliner-DDR-MotorradMuseum.de - Willkommen auf der Internetseite des ersten Berliner DDR Motorrad Museums
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    Thank you Gunny That could be an option

    Regards, Lars

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    Also you could try the various European owners clubs as many military motorcycles were sold to the public after the war and then were civilianised by re-painting etc. I don't think it will be an easy task but you might strike lucky. Two strokes seem to be more affordable. Good luck!

    Mark.

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    I would think you stand a better chance of a untouched one in the east of europe lars.

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    As i have found an untouched one might be difficult. However i have found a good Zündapp K750 WH bike i might buy. East European bikes are most likely driven to the absolute inch of their lives. Don't know

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    Regards, Lars

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    As i have found an untouched one might be difficult. However i have found a good Zündapp K750 WH bike i might buy. East European bikes are most likely driven to the absolute inch of their lives. Don't know

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    Regards, Lars
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    Nothing is certain yet as i will have to contact the seller, but if all is good i will get it There will be pics with a happy Dane on it if i do get it.

    Cheers

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    Yeah what a ride !! I would love a WW2 bike myself !! British, German, I dont care, be cool as hell just pottering about on in the summer, may have to find one !!

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    Nothing is certain yet as i will have to contact the seller, but if all is good i will get it There will be pics with a happy Dane on it if i do get it.

    Cheers
    Awsome Lars !!!

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    If the deal falls through, how about this instead !!

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