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Completely Vintage R 100 RS Up for Grabs

Monday, January 27, 2020   (7 Comments)
Posted by: Ted Moyer, 100360

Tickets for the Completely Vintage R 100 RS ON SALE NOW

The 1977 BMW R 100 RS. Built by BMW. Expertly restored by BMW MOA member John “Dutch” Lammers. Hand signed by Hans Muth. It is completely vintage, and it could be yours!

Often referred to as the "first edition" of the RS, the Foundation's latest treasure has been expertly restored to serve as the grand prize in the Spring 2020 Completely Vintage raffle to raise funds for rider safety, education and training.

Tickets for the Completely Vintage R100RS are on sale through April 5th. The winner of this beautiful, one-of-a-kind restoration will be announced April 25, 2020 at the BMW MOA Fontana Weekend Getaway. You do not have to be present to win.

The restoration of this first edition R 100 RS is a labor of love completed by BMW MOA member Dutch Lammers. Detailed in the February issue of the BMW Owners News, the restoration is the result of six months of hard work and dedication to detail. The R 100 RS represents a true 100-point restoration that any BMW enthusiast would be proud to own.

Among some of the unique features of the bike are a pair of blue anodized front brake calipers and the silver anodized spoke rims, only used on the ’77 model.

The glass headlight cover on the fairing uses the now unavailable original fastening system attaching the headlight to the fairing from the inside and showing no hardware on the outside, as later models did. The bike features solid lowers surrounding the motor and mirror stems painted in the original body color, just as the bike originally had.

The bike also uses a matte paint finish. Though initially disliked by BMW purists at the time who would often polish the paint to a gloss shine, a matte finish was how BMW delivered the motorcycle. Finally, the bike was beautifully and perfectly pinstriped by Mark Weld. And, maybe most unique to the Completely Vintage R 100 RS, the gas tank is hand signed by the original designer of the R 100 RS, Hans Muth.

For a chance to win the Completely Vintage R 100 RS, MOA members can purchase raffle tickets online for $25 each or five for $100. Proceeds from the Completely Vintage raffle support the BMW MOA Foundation's efforts to improve rider safety, education and training. For details about the Foundation's current safety and training initiatives, including the Paul B. Scholarship, please visit bmwmoaf.org.

CONTEST RULES

  1. Raffle ticket sales begin February 1, 2020 and end April 5, 2020. All ticket orders must be RECEIVED on or before April 5, 2020. Prize drawing to be held April 25, 2020. Ticket buyers do not have to be present to win.
  2. Raffle tickets may be ordered online at BMWMOAF.ORG, by calling (864) 438-0962 or by mailing a ticket order blank posted in the BMW Owners News. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase a ticket. Multiple ticket purchases by a single buyer are permissible.
  3. Confirmation of ticket orders and ticket numbers will be returned via email. A complete list of ticket buyers will be published at bmwmoaf.org before the drawing on April 25.
  4. Odds of winning depend on final number of tickets sold. Complete winners list will be posted at BMWMOAF.ORG. Winners claiming their prize must present photo identification and ticket purchase will be verified. Winners are subject to all applicable taxes. Consult your local tax professional for exact tax liability.
  5. The BMW MOA Foundation reserves the right to replace, substitute or exchange any of the prizes listed with a similar prize of equal or greater value.
  6. BMW MOA Foundation Board members, BMW MOA and Foundation employees, contractors and their immediate families are ineligible to win. Immediate family is defined as spouse and dependent children. The BMW MOA, BMW MOA Foundation, their officers, directors, employees, volunteers, sponsors or any person or organization affiliated with BMW MOA will not assume any liability for any loss, injury, claim or otherwise resulting from any prize obtained through the sale of a ticket. By submitting an order for a raffle ticket and receiving a drawing number, the buyer acknowledges this limitation of liability and assumes any liability and will hold harmless the BMW MOA Foundation or any affiliate for any liability resulting from the purchase of this ticket or any prize resulting therefrom.

Comments...

Owen P. Lemieux says...
Posted 2 hours ago
Dutch has done a fantastic restoration here, there's a real talent I wish I had. All the best to all the ticket buyers, for the winner a beautiful piece of history and for the rest, just knowing you've contributed to rider safety, education and training programs to get better riders on the road should give you a warm feeling in your heart.
Kurt Beyer says...
Posted Friday, February 21, 2020
It would be great if there were a PayPal option, so we did not have to enter our Credit Card information. Please consider this.
Marc Kitts says...
Posted Sunday, February 16, 2020
Andy Weber in NC for tax value they look at year, make and model. Average price on Cycle trader is around 5k, plus in NC you get a break on a vehicle over 25 years old. You only have to present DMV VIN, year, make and model. NC DMV estimates tax at $77.
Andy Weber says...
Posted Wednesday, February 12, 2020
"Winner subject to all applicable taxes". That's what the rules say. What is the price tag that will be reported to the IRS for the Lucky Winner? I for one would like to know that before buying a ticket. When Hagerty gives something away they cover the tax liability.
Roger H. Hippert says...
Posted Tuesday, February 11, 2020
I agree with Lonnie on the color. I had a '77 RS for over 30 years, and this one is very pretty, but too blue. Maybe it's just the lighting or the camera settings - matching the factory silber/blau can't be easy.
Howard E. Byrne III says...
Posted Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Nice! My 1984 R80 RT wants a new big brother! LOL
Lonnie Wolff says...
Posted Saturday, February 1, 2020
Beautiful bike, I have one just like it! The color doesn't look quite right to me though, its a little too blue. How did you choose the paint color? There is no current equivalent to the original color in the automotive market today and it was a one year only color.

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