K-750 1968.

fantom.ac

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K-750 in the original looks like on photo...

...And at the request of the manufacturer's factory, its operation without a sidecar is prohibited ...
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JustinLonghorn

No Purple Hearts, No Blue Ribbons
Sweaty, dirty, dangerous, and fun. I can definitely dig it.

Now, make it so you can throw the hack back on it when you want to.
 

fantom.ac

New Member
JustinLonghorn said:
Sweaty, dirty, dangerous, and fun. I can definitely dig it.

Now, make it so you can throw the hack back on it when you want to.
It was built from the zero level . Frame + engine. My Sidecar without changes...

 

canyoncarver

'hacking is learning'
You've got some neat bikes there man.. I don't see Dnepr's come up for sale around here. Tell us more about them, parts availabilty, etc... that and can those do two wheel drive?
 

fantom.ac

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canyoncarver said:
You've got some neat bikes there man.. I don't see Dnepr's come up for sale around here. Tell us more about them, parts availabilty, etc... that and can those do two wheel drive?
Dnepr K-750 is the next model after the M-72 (a copy of the BMW R71) of the Kiev Motorcycle Factory - KMZ. Produced 1958-1971 years.
Weight 318kg, Engine power 26hp. Torque 4,2Kgs-m Voltage 6 volts.
Until the mid-60s it was used only by the military and police and was not on sale.
The motorcycle is easy to maintain and repair.
Currently, the Factory does not produce motorcycles
But these motorcycles remained a lot in the secondary market. I buy them and restore them. Some - like this one in the photo, remain as such. They are shot in a historical movie
 

fantom.ac

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The K-750 was produced as a two-wheel drive by a special series - as an escort motorcycle. Today - a rarity

 
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