Ural M-72 in Movies
Anne Frank: The Whole Story
BMW Type je sais plus quoi... Position of front fender & fender stay matchs Ural M-72. I think it is a new Chang-Jiang (Changjiang) ???? Link to "www.perfectenglish.com.cn" http://www.moto-moscow.de/Gebraucht/Chang%20gruen/2.jpg and not a BMW R71, URAL M72, Dnepr M72 ???? Bien possible, voire vraisemblable! This outfit was produced in Soviet & China. ...of course, Soviet produce it first and China copies it I still think it's Ural because of the fender stay is bended both end. (Chinise model's fender stay is straight)
Its a very old M-72 russian motorcycle. You can see it because the sidecar and front fender.
Enemy at the Gates
see the distance from the bottom of the mudguard to the tyre top?? that shows its not a genuine WW2 German combo..its probably a 1960s Ural/Neval/Cossack/Denipr...that black out light on the sidecar wouldnt have been on a WW2 bike either. So, Unknown Ural then? Ural M-63 perhaps?
On second thought, based on the mudguard, I'd say that looks just like a postwar Ural M-72.
General. Zamach na Gibraltarze
Most WWII sidecars were Zündapp, but it's hard to tell on this picture or actual Russian production ? Replaced:
Skazka o poteryannom vremeni
Oops! my mistake. It's Ural-M72, he have a engine with side valves, K-750 have engine with overhead valves.
ZiL 111V Isn't it for the motorbike? I'm pretty confident that you can solve it. I was thinking about MZ or Jawa but I'm not sure at all. Probably M72's (IMZ or KMZ)
The White Countess
vu la forme des cylindres une Ratier ou une CEMEC (Cemec ayant racheté Ratier) ??? Et à Shangaï dans une production américaine, c'est probable? M-72, Soviet copy of BMW R71 Ural or Dnepr? (as we have M72 for these two makes) More likely Ural then Dniepr, because thats model after 1953 year was produced at Irbit in Siberia. At the same plant where Ural were produced after 1962 year. So it's earlier model of Ural.
The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission
not a KS750 and surely not Zündapp looks like Russian Dnierp or Oural
Khozyayka taygi EP: 1.14
M-72 motorcycles (1941-1960) were not called "Ural". "Ural" only after 1961 (model M-62, etc.)
Voditel dlya Very
Same one probably /vehicle_175985-GAZ-M-21-1956.html Yes, the back is typical Volga M 21. Volga is indeed Volga, but the page is for the bike.
Osvobozhdenie EP: 1
A post-war Ural- or Dnjepr- BMW-derivate?
Very old M-72 combo, WW2 sidecar.
Mys dobre nadeje
1*, almost 2* sidecar. The exact vehicle, or same type at least.
Flathead so it's an M-72
IMZ-Ural M-72? - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMZ-Ural 1957 if there is something like a MY for them http://databikes.com/infophoto/ural/m_72-1957.html
Yes, late M-72 or M-61 , if it has new OHV-engine.
Ural K-750 just like this 1946 http://www.flickriver.com/photos/34107011@N08/tags/ural/ M-72, not K-750.
ah, by older telefork, maybe mismatched in my link?
Die Pfefferkörner EP: 9.05+
Ural M-72 / BMW R71 replica Must be an Ural, because at first I read "Lenins Imbiss"
Spetsnaz po-russki 2 EP: 1.01
He has a BMW logo... ...but it's Ural M-72.
My understanding of these is the M 72 predates the brand names Ural or Dnepr, it's simply an M 72, possibly prefaced by the factory code e.g. IMZ or KMZ for Irbit or Kiev.
Ojciec Mateusz EP: 104
1956 Ural M-72
Surely it's something like this 1956 Ural M72: Link to "databikes.com"
Timati & L'One: Utyosov
1958 Ural M-72
The right: http://www.retrogarag.ru/retro/motocikly/?gallery=428 1958. The left: http://www.retrogarag.ru/retro/motocikly/?gallery=698
Ural M 72
Not Ural. Ukrainian bike K-750 (KMZ) http://usedauto.com.ua/photos/real/10/07/k750_k750_82818.jpg
Perlasca. Un eroe italiano
front fork is Ural
IMZ Ural M-72 as built between 1941 and 1961
Vsichni dobrí rodáci
Unlikely in Czechoslovakia in the 1960's, more likely a Dnepr or Ural M72.
Pistruiatul EP: 9
Flat-twin soupapes latérales... BMW? Interprétation russe?
Ural M72, built between 1942 and 1957, or maybe it actually is a real BMW R71... I cannot see enough detail
It's supposed to be a BMW R71, but in this case it appears to be an Ural M72 because it has full hub drum brakes
1941 Ural M-72
Dnjepr? Ural? It looks like the Russian bike, adapted from the pre-war BMW. "Adapted" mean: produced with the machines, the Red Army has picked up in the BMW-motorcycle-factory in Berlin in the late 40ies as reparations. If I see it right it is an Ural M-72. Production started in 1941 and it was a licensed copy of the BMW R 71. This is an early M-72 (not Ural!). Motorcycles M-72 produced at different factories (Moscow, Leningrad, Gorky, Kiev, Irbit) 1941-1960 and did not have the name "Ural"! http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CC-72_%28%EC%EE%F2%EE%F6%E8%EA%EB%29 In the filming of this scene was attended by 5 different motorcycles!
This is another M-72 with deep wing
Operation Moscow EP: 19
Possibly the same: http://www.retrogarag.ru/retro/motocikly/?gallery=698 2 points to note :- M-72's were never known as Urals or Dneprs, it's just M-72 without a brand/manufacturer name. A lot of this was filmed in China (what is the location for this scene?) This is possibly a Chang Jiang CJ 750, Soviet production ended in 1957, this one looks very bright & shiny......... Filmed in Russia, judging by the area and other vehicles (even background Lada with a modern Russian plate is here). Set in Russia too. Not a lot, I'd say. Mostly interior scenes. But some Russian exteriors were filmed in China. /vehicle_1156792-Shanghai-SH-760-A-1974.html
I'm leaning towards CJ for a couple of reasons - Soviet production lasted 17 years and ended in 1957, PRC production is rumoured to be over 40 years from '58 onwards. You can still buy them "new" although this is more likely to be the PLA releasing huge numbers of military reserve vehicles that have been in storage unused for decades, there are millions of them out there. It just looks too new, it's either a recent restoration or to my mind, an ex PLA new-old stock bike that has been recommissioned.