By Pim van den Bergh – In 1982, I graduated from high school in Medellin, Colombia. Three months before I returned to Holland, my native country, I traded my Bultaco Metralla for a Zundapp basket case. All I knew was that it was cool looking and bigger that any Zundapp I had ever seen before,..
By James Marshall – My passion of the beast goes back to about 1986. It all started at a BMW bike shop when my R80gs was being worked on. I heard a really strange motor running and I went out to the side of the building to see this faded-red kinda BMW looking bike with..
James Marshall’s first Zundapp on a local club ride. “I wish that the plane in the background had come out better, but then we’re not really interested in the plane anyway,” James said. “Golly, what a pretty bike and it ran good, too. The exhaust pipes were white because the former owner told me he..
More bikes owned by James Marshall at one time… A late 1941 BMW R12 found in Portugal. The bike has been restored, badly damaged by a “nazi hater”, restored, burned badly in a paint stall while being restored, and restored again. Sold to Bench Mark Works. 1945 KS750 in solo. Had most of the bike..