Blueprint BMW R75 (1941)

BMW R75 (1941)


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    The BMW R75 (1941) was a reliable, rugged and versatile motorcycle that achieved legendary status in World War II. It featured a 750-cc flat-twin engine with distinct opposing cylinders and side valves that provided a smooth and reliable power output. The BMW R75 featured a reinforced steel frame designed to withstand the rigors of wartime use and off-road conditions, with intricate details like frame holes for mounting spare gasoline containers, ammunition boxes, and a sidecar for a second rider. The bike also featured a 4-speed all-synchronized gearbox and a double-sided swing arm/single-sided drive shaft, allowing for a smooth and efficient drive. With a top speed of approximately 70 mph, the BMW R75 offered a dependable and flexible transportation solution for military operations. The BMW R75 was also fitted with a toolkit, sidecar anchor, jerry can and brownout cover as well as a selection of other detail components to equip it for wartime operations. Although rarely used in battle, the BMW R75's legendary status as a reliable and hard-working machine made it a favorite for many a military campaigner.

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