The modern CJ750 (CIRCA 1950s - 1960s) was originally derived from the 1938 German BMW R71. This World War II era German bike would eventually morph into the Soviet IMZ M-72. In the 1950s, China acquired tooling to produce their own M72s, and did so for the People’s Liberation Army through the 1980s, later dubbed the CJ750. This CJ750 was originally built in 1968, and was refurbished in 2011 - including some modernizations (modern carburetors, front wheel disc, electric start). The bike has been painted and trimmed as a German military replica, including ammo cans, ax, shovel and battalion numbers. Included in the sale are various spare parts including by not limited to: starter motor, ignition switches, spark plugs, wiring harness, gearbox components, spare head lamp, etc.