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Chang Jiang CJ750 M1 as BMW R71

Chang Jiang CJ750 M1 in Iron Sky, Movie, 2012 IMDB

Class: Bikes, Sidecar — Model origin: CN

Chang Jiang CJ750 M1 as BMW R71

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle


kegare JP

2012-06-05 13:21


[Image: ironsky2012bluray1080pdts-hdma51a3211.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2012-06-05 14:53:09

ingo DE

2012-06-05 13:36



cl82 DE

2012-06-05 18:18


Could be; yet I wonder whether it might be the Chinese R71-copy aka Chang Jiang 750.


2012-06-05 21:39


Might it also be Dneper?

cl82 DE

2012-06-06 00:10


Could be, but IIRC they look a bit different.

-- Last edit: 2012-09-23 21:42:24

kegare JP

2012-06-06 05:27



Quote 16 months ago my Chang Jiang was hired for a month to "star" in the making
of the movie "Iron Sky".
In the movie, it plays the part of a 1938 BMW R71 which was transported to
the moon!
From what little I have already seen of it, "Iron Sky" is a hilarious
sci-fi comedy film.
The movie will be released next week at Hoyts Cinemas across Australia.
It has already been released during the past month or two in most of the
rest of the world.
I was just wondering whether anybody on here has seen it yet?
Phil Smith
McDowall (Brisbane), Queensland, Australia


Quote They coated the entire bike with a peel-off plastic film and sprayed it in
the German charcoal grey and put all the requisite army markings on it.
After filming was finished they stripped it all off to reveal my original
powder-coating unscathed underneath.
However, there were a few marks in the surface when they returned it, so
they took it away again for another week to Brisbane's foremost hot rod
finisher and when it returned from there it looked like it had just rolled
off the production line. It looked better than it had looked when uncrated
upon arrival in Australia.
They also had a professional job done on the retro-reflective "Left Hand
Drive" sign on the rear of the boot. This looks a thousand percent better
than my home-made sign-writing.


-- Last edit: 2012-06-06 05:53:24

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