Ural - M72 - Army - Sidecar - 750 cc - 1953

Description
Ural - M72 - Army - Sidecar - 750 cc - 1953
Condition: Excellent - Registration papers: with Dutch registration - Location: Netherlands

This is a 100% frame-off restored Ural M72 army version.
All original details are available.

We believe this is the most beautiful and most decent Ural sidecar ever made.

The original tool is included. Includes ammo boxes, jerrycan, rope and spare rear wheel.

The engine block was completely overhauled and includes the following new components:

- Pistons
- Piston rings
- Piston pins
- All bearings: crankshaft bearings / camshaft bearings
- Bronze rod bushings
- Complete engine gasket set
- All oil seals replaced
- Drive cover
- Battery + Electric wiring and contacts
- Gas and clutch cable
- Saddles and handles.

Frame, sidecar and rims completely blasted and powder-coated.

The colour is the original one used by the Russians in WW2, the original colour is no longer available.
We had the original colour mixed together.

This is a very rare and reliable motorcycle. An identical bike was recently valued for 15,000 euros. The reserve price of this even nicer vehicle, is far lower.

In short: a very reliable bike with a lot of historical value providing lots of fun for the whole family!

Lot details
Brand
Ural
Model Type
M72 - Army - Sidecar
Engine size (in cc)
750
Year of first registration
1953
Condition
Excellent
Registration papers
with Dutch registration
Frame number
68147
Engine number
12880
Located in country
Netherlands
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