1990 BMW K75S, 3 cylinder, fuel injected, 750cc, shaft drive, 4700 original miles, stored since 1992.Here's the history: The original owner was transferred out of the country. The bike was professionally put into climate controlled storage in 1992 by Amol Precision, a legendary N.J. BMW dealer from back in the day before dealerships were boutiques. I purchased it about 6 weeks ago from a relative who knew little about the K bikes or even BMW's.The bike is pretty perfect with just a few nicks and scrapes. This is a non-ABS bike- lighter & more simple, the early ABS systems were known to be problematic.This "S" model has too sporty of a riding position for me (I'll be 67), and I have found a K75 standard which fits me well.These "flying brick" BMW's are known for lasting forever ( understressed car-type engine with large oil capacity) and a have a cult-like following, visit www.motobrick.com forum for more info...This is not a bike for beginners!I have been riding BMWs for many years and have owned five K bikes. The K75 (750 cc) came out during a very good era for BMW. They had started making excellent fuel injected multi-cylinder engines (derived from a car engine- large oil capacity & very under stressed) but had not yet added the many complex electrical systems that we see on the current bikes. As such, the BMW K100 and K75 are two of the most solid and reliable bikes that BMW ever made. I've met several riders who have more than 300,000 miles on their K75s. The K100 is more powerful but the K75 is much smoother, somewhat lighter and a bit better balanced. The bike has a huge following and many BMW riders were very unhappy when BMW stopped making it in 1995. Many modern BMW motorcycles cannot match the reliability of these K bikes from the late 1980s-1990s. Check out the motobrick.com forum...informative and entertaining!Price includes a set of BMW system cases in good condition. All documentation from the original owner, sales invoice, maintenance receipts, complete tool set, owners manual...all in excellent condition.Don't want to ship, it's offered as a cash sale for pickup only. Delivery available, price depends on location.(time,fuel, tolls)$4150Located in Pomona, N.Y. 10970, 25 minutes from the GW bridge.text contact best: 845-538-3220, thanks.