The Zundapp KS 750 motorcycle and sidecar was used by the German army during World War II. The development of this motorcycle, based on requirements of the army staff, began in 1937 in a joint project with Zundapp and BMW.
Thanks to the 751 cc twin-cylinder engine capable of developing 26 hp, the KS 750 could reach a top speed of 95 km/h. Along with the BMW R75, the KS750 shared many components aimed at improving serviceability and parts availability. This motorcycle could be armed with an MG34 (or MG42) machine gun installed in the trunk of the sidecar.
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