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This 1969 BMW R69US is equipped with a Heinrich touring tank and a set of Akront aluminum rims. It was reportedly restored in Europe and was acquired by the seller out the previous owner’s estate in 2018. Power is from the numbers-matching 594cc opposed-twin, which is paired with a 4-speed gearbox. Service in late 2018 included an oil change and replacement ignition condenser. This R69US is now offered with a partial tool kit, reproduction service manual, factory owner’s manual, and a clear Tennessee title in the seller’s name.
The Heinrich touring tank is a period accessory item and holds approximately 7.5 gallons of fuel. It also features a locking tool compartment, which houses the fuel filler. Provisions for securing a tank bag are also located underneath. Headlight-mounted mirrors are fitted along with Hella turn signals and low handlebars. Closeups of the powder-coated frame and pinstriped fenders are provided in the gallery below.
The R69US was offered for the 1968 and 1969 model years and came equipped with a set of telescopic forks from the factory. Polished aluminum rims from Akront have been laced to the factory drum hubs in place of the original Weinmanns.
A single metric speedometer is housed in the headlight shell. 17k kilometers (~11k miles) are currently shown on the odometer.
The 594cc flat-twin was rated by the factory at 42 horsepower and is paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox and enclosed driveshaft. A set of throatier S mufflers remain installed, and bluing and haziness are evident in the chrome. A modern voltage regulator has been added. Closeups of the numbers-matching engine case stamping, steering-tube badge, and frame stamping are provided in the gallery below.