43-Years-Owned 1964 BMW R60/2

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This 1964 BMW R60/2 was purchased by the seller in 1976 and ridden regularly up through 2005. The numbers-matching 594cc opposed-twin is paired with a 4-speed gearbox, and equipment includes an Earles fork along with a reupholstered bench seat. The bike is finished in black with creme pin striping, and an aftermarket rear case has been fitted in addition to a set of crash bars with highway pegs for touring. This BMW motorcycle is now offered with an aftermarket fairing, original tool kit, owner’s manual, and a transferable New Hampshire registration.

43-Years-Owned 1964 BMW R60/2

Closeups of the black finish on the tank, fenders, and frame have been provided in the gallery below. The 4.5-gallon fuel tank features a lockable storage container, and some wear is visible in the creme pin striping. Corrosion is also noted on the chrome, and the seller indicates that the exhaust silencers are due for replacement. A reupholstered bench saddle comes equipped, along with a set of aftermarket crash bars wearing highway pegs. The rear hard case features a backrest for the passenger and is mounted on a chrome rack.

43-Years-Owned 1964 BMW R60/2

The 120-mph VDO speedometer is housed in the headlight shell, and the odometer has reportedly been inoperable since sometime before the seller’s acquisition. The seller estimates to have added approximately 25k miles over the past 43 years, though total mileage is unknown.

43-Years-Owned 1964 BMW R60/2

The numbers-matching 594cc opposed-twin transmits power to the rear wheel through a 4-speed manual gearbox and shaft drive. Required service over the years has been personally performed by the seller. The bike has primarily been in storage since 2005, though the fluids were changed in 2016 and it has been started and periodically ridden short distances in recent years.

43-Years-Owned 1964 BMW R60/2

An aftermarket fairing and tall windscreen accompany the sale as can be seen in the old photo above, showing the bike loaded up and parked at a campsite. The included bar-end turn signals, tool kit, and owner’s manual can be viewed in the gallery below.

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