Bmw R60/2 - 1956 - Bmw Motorcycles 1 - Vintage Motorcycle Poster - Automotive Art
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BMW R60/2 - 1956 - BMW Motorcycles 1 - Vintage Motorcycle Poster - Automotive Art
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The R60 and R60/2 are 600 cc boxer-twin that were manufactured from 1956 to 1969 in Munich, Germany, by BMW. Some 20,133 of these 600 cc shaft-drive, opposed twin R60 (1956–1960, 28 hp or 21 kW), R60/2 (1960–1969, 30 hp or 22 kW), and R60US (1968–1969, 30 hp) were built. These models, except for those with the "US" designation, were designed primarily as rugged motorcycles to pull sidecars (mounting points were built in) and had duplex tubular steel frames.
This automotive Poster is one from a series of artworks in tribute to some of the most iconic motorcycles of all time. Perfect gifts for motorbike lovers and riders, these auto art prints can be a beautiful home decor or office decor element. Created in a style similar to a technical sketch, these motorbike posters are the ideal wall decor choice for a modern, trendy, urban interior space.
Grafiikka's artworks are modern, minimal and trendy and we constantly experiment with new styles. We have vintage, abstract, rustic art prints as well, in different collections. There are wall decors that best suit every style.There are typography prints, quote posters, motivational posters, minimal scandinavian prints, fashion posters, city name posters and movie and music related art.
These are all high quality, high resolution artworks that print perfectly on all mediums- canvas prints, metal prints, wood prints and fabric.
Grafiikka strives to create affordable art that you can use as interior wall decor and they are an inevitable part of the modern urban home. Many of our works are also popular office decor, used in set design, cafe and bar decor and interior decor for boutiques, libraries and halls. Our best selling items have been featured on numerous magazines, websites and top rated blogs.
May 10th, 2018
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