OK, here is your chance to become a hero, get a Stieb, a original, from the 50’s to annoy your spouse, wow your friends and give you another project.. ALSO HAS THE BOOK…Parts are available from Benchmarks works, Sturges, MI

 my  1969 BMW R69S.

The Steib Sidecars have been  specialy built and designed to be used with all early BMW?€™s. The S-500 series will fit all BMW Motorcycles from 1950 to 1969. It will fit with no modifications to the following BMW models : R51/2. R51/3. R67. R68. R69. R69S. R50/2. R60/2. It also can be used for later BMW of the /5. /6 and /7 series with the use of a special subframe.

I have seen some Steib S-500 Sidecars attached to other vintage motorcycles as NORTON. TRIUMPH. URAL. CHANG-JIANG and many more


Heck, I don’t know what it is worth but there are all of the arts and new pieces for the trim. The Aluminum is in good shape, and the car is complete including the seat . The only Part that needs fixing is the panel under the luggage compartment, a straight piece of metal welded in < ( I got a price for $250)

Also happen to have a R69s that it fits on, at this time it is 19K, what a great combination, TWO Original, that go together.


You can call me at 570 815 6294, it is Located in Moscow, Pa. (northeast, PA) or email me at mrtnfischer43@gmail.com

So, I think it may be worth about $4,000 USD as it is a easy restoration and original, Yes it has a number plate on it and it says it is a 500 and the date is 1952.. IF you want me tor weld, and restore it, I can do that for a price.

a windshield and cockpit cover

Frame Picture does not show it all, but it is all there., complete best that I can determine…call me on it.. Or I can restore it and attach it to the R69S  that is restored.

R69s completely restored SOLD 9/15/2020 FOR 15k, side car still available

…..SOLD (/15/2020)

Pricing, 15,500 ALSO a S 500 Steib from the 1950’s that needs restoration, all parts here. or I can do it for you.

Delivery is available upon request on all Items

Restoration, complete 98% or 100% depending on individual. Engine, trans all redone, wheels, spokes, paint etc. Documentation available. Also a Steib side-car, 1952 unrestored available at a seperate price, Side ccar, complete, need restoration.. asking $15, 500K or OBO,,,, located in Moscow, PA 18444, NE. PA.

Few miles on speedo, brand new, Redo by Bob’s BMW, My computers keep eating my videos of it running. Starts first kick. Was stored in Heated garage for 12 Years, when owner got the bike from Bob’s BMW, he was not able to operate the bike easily due to new engine stiffness and he had no hills to start it. So he let it sit., I got it along with a Non-restored R69s and a Steib Side car (500). The R69s Non-restored has been sold..and is living in and around Bucks County PA. To get the machine running, on the restored one, simply required cleaning the carbs, cleaning the tank, removing the heads and cylinders to check all clearances and torque setting. (Everything in the engine was new, pistons, rings, valves etc.. I also have a lot of the documentation from BOB’s BMW showing all of the parts and the rebuild)

I keep riding the bike and the miles are going up, but as I have many bikes, this is not a lot of mileage that I put on. Currently I am having the tank repainted as there was a defect from storage and have installed digital turn signals. be stainless, but they are new along with the mufflers, rims, spokes and almost everything, I have documentation from Bob’s BMW showing the service charges and the many of the parts.

THE Steib Side car. For restoration. It is available Is $3,000 too much?, Than make me a offer. It sure would look nice on a R69S, a real head turner. Click below to see a sample.



VELOREX…. Separate Side Car for R69S or a Airhead, will fit the BMW R75/5 with a set of universal clamps.

This Velorex is for Sale as well, fits a R60 or R50 Or a R69s, snap on, ready to go. $1200.00 —OBO.. Used at my sons wedding , it was great, The R60 now lives in Montana and the Velorex is awaiting clamps so I can put it on the R75/5 Toaster.

Velorex Side Car, on my R60.. Same frame as the R69s . Add to the r69s in 15 Minutes. Very light and with 42 horse R69s vs the 30 HP R60. This machine will handle the Velorex easily
With the side car mounted, you can go anywhere at any time, cover included. I also have a no-restored Steib. All are located in NE, PA in heated Garage.
R69s 8 20 2020

Make an offer or just purchase this great upscale Brit sports car. Beats a MGB by hands down, no comparison, a gentile and refined specimen of 70’s sport car.

  I purchased the car about 1o to 12 years ago and have been doing work on and off for a few years. Since the car only had 38,000 miles on it it was in  good shape. I bought it down in southern Pa from a man who didn’t have the time or the knowledge to work on the car and so it just sat in his garage under a tarp and was piled up with bicycles.


Now it is time to move this car along as I am working on a BRONCO, 1967 and I am not using the car.

Here is the following work I have done on the car: I removed all of the old yellow paint and repainted it with the same factory yellow, Since the car had been Z-Barted (with the plastic plugs still in place) there was very little rust around, and was easily taken care of. I have replaced the rubber steering bushings and the  ball joints. The engine ran rough and was a constant problem until I cleaned the Stromberg carbs and added electronic ignition. (wonderful difference) now it is very smooth, accelerates nicely and runs great, sounds great. I replaced the header pipes and all of the exhaust before the muffler. I added a new dark brown carpet kit with sound deadener,  and a new Panasonic radio with CD player. I have redone the trunk area (again no rust) with black carpet (looks good) and painted the engine area. Red Line Michelin tires are installed and were pricey but they were the tire of choice on the original.  The bumpers are original and the rubbers that stick out are like new. Replaced the oil filter with the MOSS easy screw on type. Oil and fluids change every 2000 miles by self.

The Top and boot  look good and there was a rip in the top near the side but I fixed it so that the eye does not see it, The rear vinyl windows are good no cracks and can be seen through easily, as I keep the top down all year, it really does not matter.

The rear view outside mirror is new. The sun visors are good but there is a small crack in dash vinyl that is easily repaired. The overdrive works perfect and makes a difference in the fast lane. This car will cruise all day at 80mph. The oil pressure reads to the top when cold and above the mid mark (50lbs) when warm. The car does not overheat, always dependable. Just flushed radiator and replaced all engine and heater hoses. All of the brake and clutch cylinders are recent as well as wheel cylinders. Rocker panels replaced in 2017 and any other rust taken out and repaired. Painted with Lemon -Lime factory color and clear coated.

This car is not a perfect car but could very easily become one, it sure is a driver and a head turner. Love the color. I have done long road trips through the Appalachian mountains and gone to Florida and the Key West.

looks different in dawn light, fall picture , 7 AM
New Hoses all, flushed engine. new electronic ignition.

Now with touring BMW Bags


Please be aware, color change and bags to be added in April 2021

I have too many Bikes and Cars. Over 8 or 9 combined and when I saw this real diamond in the rough, all it needed was some cutting to make the diamond shine. Some little cosmetics, I just had to have it.

as it goes around, and so it comes around…mfischer

Only 24k on the bike. What a deal, very low miles on this bike, It has a New York title and I have not had it long enough to transfer it over to PA.

R75/5 TOASTER BMW 1973 SCRANTON, PA 120 miles from Philly and NYC.. With only 24000 miles, I was told that Hermy’s (Port Clinton, PA) rebuilt the engine as well as having low miles. The engine starts and runs like a complete new one. I have had a new R90 from the same year, and it starts and runs like that R90 that I bought new. This is a nice and reliable airhead as any I have ridden, purchase or sold. (I have had about 8 in the last 20 years)

Well, it was cold in October when I got a call from a friend that a R75/5 was for sale and I always wanted one. This one was on Craig’s list near Elmira, New York.

My friend, Joe B and I, got into my Prius, added the trailer, some candy bars, a few waters and left from Scranton, Pa . A mere 3 hours away to Elmira NY. . It was really blowing, snorting, and the wind was a whipping. We got to the GPS address and saw the “Toaster” Just sitting in the wind and on the iced driveway.

As we approached the door swung open and this older “Hippie” Type guy came out, said a couple of words, and started it up and drove it over the farm road out front, through all of the gears up the road and back.

After a minute of standing out and freezing we came to a price, loaded it on the back of the trailer and departed. It really was cold.

During the brief frozen conversation he stated the following.

  1. He bought it from his friend down the road, these people were really in the woods. The man was a collector of BIKES and he wanted to sell this R75/5
  2. Engine was rebuilt by Hermy’s BMW in PA, new pipes and mufflers, new battery. Looks likes rims and spokes as well. This very anxious hippie, did not have time for the toaster as he had a yard full of cars, tractors, wood harvesting stuff, tractors and Harleys. His loss that frozen day in New York state, was my gain, or your gain. I do sell a lot of bikes when I get special ones like this and I wanted a R75/5 for a long time.

It really is a nice Airhead, and the people who did the restoration did a great job on the mechanical, the fenders need striping and that is all this needs, it is a great bike, When I sell it I will cover my costs only. It has the wide handle bars and knobby tires as the previous guy bought it for riding the back roads around Elmira, New York. I have been riding it here in NE PA along the same type of roads and it is a blast to ride.

OK…….. call me or text 570 815 6294, current price is $4850 and I can deliver it

I got her back to Pa, startered it up, and the first day it wasn’t snowing put about 50 miles on it (still has the NY registration), as I have not changed it over. Realized than I have too many cars and bikes and decided that as good as this air head is, (It is the best I have driven, shocks, suspension, engine etc) I don’t need it, so I am selling it. To many other cars, bikes etc.

BAGS and a Color change coming 2021, also increasing price for bags and paint. to $4850..

Prices may increase due to COVID.

Link to walk around on the blue bronco.


It seems everything is there, frame is good except near rear spring shackles, not rusted through but may need some attention.

(Here in NE, Pa there lives two 1967 Broncos.

One is under restoration with a new wiring harness, new power brakes, new disc brakes. radiator and now has power steering. new paint and about to get radio, interior and a convertible top. New rebuilt 289 will be installed in January 2021.

Bronco 1967 v-8 302 and 1967 170cI 6cyl . One under restoration and the other is ??? BAD Blue baby, well, it just is. It may be for sale….needs everything but frame, engine, trans, Top, wheels and dash. Has 40K on speedo. Engine started and ran good for 2-3 minutes off a bottle.

Here in Moscow, PA, is located the V-8 orange beauty. and her cousin, bad blue.

Than there is the “Blue” baby 170 6 cyl that I have gotten from a barn. Needs full restoration, doors to tub. Got the engine started and running for 2 MInutes, Ran good and clean and smooth, ran it from a bottle, last owner said it was running when he backed it under the shed 6 years ago. He has put oil in the cylinders every year. Said the frame was god but near the rear spring shackles may have to be patched, not rusted through yet. Carb was clean when I took it apart. no ethanol gas was used in the carb.

Carb was clean when I took it apart.

Current price is $4000, this may be changed as I do work on it or I can also send it out for restoration which will cost 15K plus the engine or possible trans work. Than I will have 20k into it or 10,000 less that the other. It has no title but easy to get in PA . Speedometer shows 40K, started it and ran for 30 secs, cleaned carb, filed points, oiled the cylinders, added gas from a bottle and it started up. no smoke, engine sounded good and smooth. Has extra windshield Most all parts are there.

Most people don’t realize that the insturment cluster is worth $1,000, and the good top it has is worth $1000 etc. So when your thinking how much $4000 is, go look at one for sale.

You will need a whole body for it for about $10,000 frame seems ok pitted but all there, looks l1ke a small hole near the rear spring shackle

If you are serious about this unit, you can call me at 570 815 6294

MG sold,.

Well after all new interior, top etc and engine, I was tired of working on this little car. It went to a selected owner.

77 MGB, new engine, top and interior, all new with OVERDRIVE


I have finally decided that it is time to sell this great car.

1974 TR6 with 50K, very clean no rust, With Overdrive, (BIG DIFFERENCE) , original miles I have had this for over 10 Years, and have replaced almost everything needed as like brake cylinders, Total front end redone, Interior carpets and seats, Flushed engine, Body repainted 5 years ago and is clean and smooth. Has Michelin Red line tires (Older) Underbody sprayed and painted 5 years ago. Replaced Electrical as needed, hydraulic brake and clutch cylinders. and I have only run non-ethanol in the engine and carbs. This is a smooth running British Cars that runs and performs like new. Top is serviceable but is kept down, has boot cover.

This is a driver, I have put 20,000 miles on this car and is extremely dependable and always garaged. I have driven it to Florida and back 2 times, and the midwest once. Just a great driver and pretty much bullet proof. Unlike MGB’s, this is a reliable and simple but powerful car (yes, almost 110 HP) the 6 cylinder with over drive is very smooth, the new front end (2000 miles on it) has made a big difference.

MGTD 1952 all restored by owner

45 horses, but is a blast to drive, all new engine and trans, tires, top etc.