This is from the site Bring a Trailer (https://bringatrailer.com/) ...
These four vintage Beemers’ owner sadly passed recently, and are now on offer by whom sounds to be his widow. Described as unrestored but nicely preserved, running, and rideable, in chronological order the bikes include a 1956 R69 drivetrain in a Norton frame, two ’66 R27 single cylinders, and a 1969 R69S. Sale includes a large collection of new and used spares, and the seller would prefer to part with the bikes as a quartet. Find them here on Craigslist in Milford, New Hampshire for $45k OBO.
Says the seller: “These bikes can be ridden and enjoyed and are in very nice original shape with excellent patina. Not restored, but able to be put in a competition showing class as original, antique motorcycles.” Few additional details are provided, but they’re all interesting bikes, in particular the Norton-framed R69 and saddle-bagged R69S.
The Earles forks seen here among the spares likely belongs to the re-framed R69, and the seller says that parts include new and used items, many of which remain unopened. Various fenders, saddles, exhaust components, wheels and other things can be scattered among the collection.
Whether or not a buyer looking to drop forty-five grand on four vintage Beemers even exists remains to be seen, but we’re intrigued regardless.