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In the mid-1950s, BMW plus Steib was considered the most desirable of all outfits for sporting yet civilised sidecar work. Allied to the BMW with its smooth, quiet, twin-cylinder engine and shaft drive, its pivoted-fork suspension at front and rear and its all-round excellence in engineering, was a quality sidecar with a very robust chassis and sprung, trailing-arm suspension of the wheel. Both motorcycle and sidecar were expensive by the standards of the period.
|Price new||(with sidecar) £580|
|Manufacturer||Bayerische Motoren Werke A.G.|
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