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1952 EMW R 35/3

1952 EMW R 35/3 in The Last Drop, Movie, 2006 IMDB

Class: Bikes, Road — Model origin: DR

1952 EMW R 35/3

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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der.krusche AT

2007-06-24 21:14


maybe an original bmw? but the rear shock-absorber seems to be very large for a frame-type like that.

-- Last edit: 2007-06-25 13:27:05

der.krusche AT

2007-06-25 13:29


gag halfrunt wrote at the blitz:
>>Looking around the Retromobil site, I've found that this truck is a club member's Opel Blitz:<<

there is also a member's BMW R35 from 1938. could it fit?
Link to "www.retromobil.ro"

Jun JP

2007-06-25 16:15


Front section is no doubt R35 (fender is not original).
Rear swinging arm suspension is strange for this model, but it keeps original cardan drive.
I guess it's modified BMW R35.

der.krusche wrote there is also a member's BMW R35 from 1938. could it fit?
Link to "www.retromobil.ro"

It has original front/rear fenders & frame, I think both are not same one.
(Silver shock-absorver should be visible behind his knees if it had modified to swinging arm :) )

Ralph DE

2010-02-01 03:25


R35 with rear shock-absorber its a east-german EMW R 35/3 (with fake BMW logo) from 1953

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