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    My '88 K75S

    Here's mine! Bought it new in December 1988 at Lone Star Cyclemotive in Austin, TX, while I was in the Navy. Only 19,820 miles so far . It's for sale on eBay to make room for my R1200R.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xsPain View Post




    I have a mirror for u pm me.


    Sept 17,07 Mike

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    buckeyeclark
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    Lake hope ride this past weekend

    Did a ride to, around the area, and back from Lake Hope State Park Sunday roughly 300 miles. Not real scenic getting there or back; however, it is beautiful around lake Hope and the Hocking Hills area of Ohio.
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    Green Bungee

    Looks like the green bungee cord is a popular choice.....

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    I'm fairly new to BMW motorcycles, but not the cars; I have a Z3 that I autocross with BMWCCA. I bought my first bike, a 1985 K100RT in March to become more familiar with riding and to have a small restoration project. And yesterday, I bought a 2001 K1200RS. Despite both being K's, they couldn't be more different. Here are some pics:


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    Benchwrenching PGlaves's Avatar
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    Just bought:

    1995 K75RTP - 19,000 miles.
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    Lucky bike!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    Just bought:

    1995 K75RTP - 19,000 miles.
    I can't wait to see what she looks like when you're done making her better!

    The blank canvas looks pretty cool to this former K75/current RT-P guy!

    I like authority bikes!
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    2002 R1150RT-P
    1992 K75S sold

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    Who's is it??

    So Paul, Is it going to stay white or is it getting a coat of red paint??
    Live this day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    Just bought:

    1995 K75RTP - 19,000 miles.
    Looks great! Keep it away from minivans.

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    Great Job

    Quote Originally Posted by BuddingGeezer View Post
    New to MOA and 1st post. I bought this bike in October from a Harley owner that had the bike for 3 years. He put 200 miles on bike. Bike had a Kentucky salvage title. Had been down on left side. Missing crash bar, missing radio and 1 speaker, both glove box lids, left knee guard, gouged left mirror, left hard bag, numerous cracks in left upper and lower fairing. Blown fork seal on 1st ride. He had instaled a new fuel pump and filter. Bike has a Bill Mayer seat that looks new, new Dunlop Elite IIs. 23,000 miles on clock (24,000 now). The engine and drive components looked new. No coolant or oil leaks.
    The bike was an original light gold color. Made the bike look like an old mans bike.

    Gave him $1800 I figured I could have a nice touring bike for $2500.
    New gel battery, starter relay, spark plugs, fork seals, fluid change (brake, coolant, final drive, transmisson, oil and filter, new glove box lids, Ebay knee guard, steering bearing grease packed. Had to fix 2 pinhole fuel leaks in tank, and fill a small dent where fairing hit the tank. Welded heat shield nuts to muffler. Removed the radio antenna, repaired mirror, fairing, and slick finished the hardbags. They turned out better than I expected. Color is Toyota Dark Grey Flint. Don't know to the penney but around $2400 in her. All my work. Runs and drive perfect. The picture is the side that was wrecked.
    FROM MURF:
    I found my 85 K100 in an old garage. The guy had his hip replaced and could not ride the bike. It had been down but repainted and repaired. Before I Bought it the guy had repainted, tuned up, new tires. Ran badly but it was just a shorting out starter switch on the handlbars. I was able to find the original 3 owners, all maintained the bike well. Now for 2K to purchase and $700.00 for bags and highway pegs/engine guards, I truly have a bike to be proud of. K on

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanderer View Post
    So Paul, Is it going to stay white or is it getting a coat of red paint??
    This one stays white - mostly. I do have a black tank that might look good on it.

    Voni has a K75S - Marakesh Red - so I needed one to go "K riding" with her.
    Paul Glaves - "Big Bend", Texas U.S.A
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlswim View Post
    Looks great! Keep it away from minivans.
    I certainly, absolutely, intend to.
    Paul Glaves - "Big Bend", Texas U.S.A
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  14. #404
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    2003 K1200lt-c


    My new (used) K bike on day one.. rode 300 miles. What an incredible bike!
    thanks Gregory!

  15. #405
    DENNIE
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    K100rt

    64k miles zooooom
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