BMW R75 in Movies
Aktenzeichen XY ungelöst EP: 20
BMW. BMW R75 I think I'm sorry, but it's definitely post-war. A R75 would look like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_R75
Plutôt R 60 ou 69S, pas R 75. Il me semble, du moins...
The Tenth Man
BMW type Russie. Je recherche le type exact...
It is an apparently genuine WWII BMW R75 Gespann.
Un singe en hiver
BMW R 75, see here: http://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Waffen/Bilderseiten/Unterbilder/BMWR75-R.htm
BMW R75 Was that the main bike that the German Army used during the war?
Yes, it was.
Family Guy EP: 7.03
BMW R75 with the sidecar on the other side. You can see easily because the front fork, wheels and sidecar transmission.
I am not sure but possibly an original BMW R 75 with sidecar (1940-44).
Yes, it is an R 75.
Battle of the Bulge
Foe me, big brake indicates it's 'real' BMW R 75 Wehrmachtsgespann (1941-44)
the one on left is a Zündapp KS600
The Young Lions
patchwork only. but I think, its the big 750: no zündapp, hm? (had flat cylinder-heads, I suppose.) :-)) martin p.s.: I was riding motorcycle for decades. never saw the DRIVER falling asleep ...
And White M3 Scout Car in the background.
Siamo uomini o caporali
Look like the "Wehrmachtsgespann" 1940 BMW R 75 But the front and rear aluminum double-duplex-drums, the exhaust system and the handlebar is not original. So i think its a fake (with original BMW parts??).
Kampen om tungtvannet EP: 1
Ep. 1 (notice Mondeo in the back)
That Ford Mondeo should definitely be listed
Afrika Korps paint on BMW R75. The piping around side car is OK, but the special air filter is missing to match with color.
The Simpsons EP: 30.03
B-M R75,quite good for a cartoon, they've even got the machine gun mount on the chair right.
I due marescialli
BMW R75 / Zündapp KS 750 Wehrmachtsgespann @ AleX_DJ so it is with sidecar fuel tank suggest BMW R75
La grande vadrouille
NO, it's not a side valve but an OHV R75
Ah bon,c'et une BMW? Sûr? There is a logo... Looks like a standard wartime BMW R75 to me. - Dodgeman
and for me, too
The Bill EP: 2.10
...... 1978 R75 (Rickman fairing?) http://campolbikes.cambsnarpo.org.uk/#post8 first models came in 1976
edit- ep. 2.10
Star Trek: Enterprise EP: 4.01
Zundapp? BMW R75 its one of those 1960s east european copies with fake BMW badges added..either Ural, Neval, Cossack etc.. I think it must be genuine, look a the big front brake on the copies they are small and pressed, not cast
Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom
There was no BMW with the nickname "Elefant" - this belonged to the Zündapp KS 601 Link to "www.google.de" And for the green painted civil version, "Grüner Elefant"
Fantastic Mr. Fox
BMW R75 (moteur) + divers The sidecar is on the wrong side, but it's a R75. Is that a Swedish license plate in the 3rd thumbnail? It looks to me like an old (1979-95) Maltese plate, except the ringed M is at the wrong side.
Not if it's in the UK.
Une journée bien remplie
BMW - pity we can't see more of it. BMW 750 R75 WWII in "civilised guise" personnal bike of Jacques Dufilho, well know French actor used all along the movie (4 stars)
The Rat Patrol EP: 1.02
Could be a genuine BMW. BMW R75 WWII so this is confirmed then ? brotherjack is capable with identifying motorbikes. excellent!
Opel six cabriolet 1936 same picture but for the bike ... up to me it's better to modify the frame of each pictures in such a case...just a suggestion I such case we could cut a little to get the main vehicle centered (but not cut too much, i.e. keep something around it) like this
BMW R75 A front view of the sidecar and two zoomed views:
I confirm BMW R75
BMW r75 That is a great deal of attention to detail. The production crew could have cheaped out and taken the easy way and just rented/bought a Ural or older Dnepr, but instead they obtained an actual BMW R 75. Most importantly, the IMZ M-72 was based on the 1938 R 71, which was rejected by the Wehrmacht that year and sold to the Soviets.
Please set year to 1940.
The Professionals EP: 4.07
The enquiry is complete The vehicle details for LVW 38P are: Date of Liability 01 11 1996 Date of First Registration 02 01 1976 Year of Manufacture 1976 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 746CC CO2 Emissions Not Available Fuel Type Petrol Export Marker Not Applicable Vehicle Status Unlicensed Vehicle Colour WHITE Vehicle Type Approval null
Mein Führer - Die wirklich wahrste Wahrheit über Adolf Hitler
Definitely NOT a Dnjepr or Ural (those have flatheads and look different all over), no Zuendapp (KS 750) Wehrmacht, as those had different cylinder heads/valve covers, too. Seems like somebody has rolled out his BMW (R 75) Wehrmachts-Gespann to give it a ride in the movies. As prices seem to range from 20.000 $-something for restorable basket-cases upward to fantastic heaps of money - a rare sight, I think. Talking to one ownwer revealed that these are NOT the undestroyalble hunks of off-road-tractor-like-ability. The drivetrain is prone to premature wear and are expensive to repair/replace. Trivia for those that thought about buying one, like me... . This should be the one, should it not ? Scroll down: Link to "www.prestigecars.de"
looks 1940-ish. But too small für a Zündapp 601 "Grüner Elefant", I think.
Tele forks, ohv engine, fat tyres, along with the carrier bracket; has to be a WW2 era BMW R75? Seems the Zundapp KS 750 is very similar but has a distinctive frame - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_R75 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Z%C3%BCndapp
- R 75
- R 75-5
- R 75-7
- R 75-6