Dustbeemer / Séb Lorentz

Séb Lorentz scouted around for a Moto Guzzi Eldorado or Ambassador, and then stumbled across this 1973 BMW R60/5. I couldn’t refuse the Beemer because it was really cheap! I also thought it would be more fun to build a German gran turismo kustom bike. It’s a short wheelbase model sporting the famous toaster tank, but Séb has fitted the engine from an R75/5 to get a few extra stout German horses. The exhaust system has been upgraded with classic Hoske mufflers and power goes to the road via a standard R60/5 gearbox with a short ratio rear end — via Bike EXIF

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