1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.

1956 MZ BK 350cc

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.

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1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.
1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.
1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.
1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.
1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.
1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.
1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.
1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.
1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.
1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.
1956 MZ BK 350cc 

The motorcycle was produced in German Democratic Republic in former DKW factory. It was their first after war design. First shown in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. Mass production started in the end of 1952 and lasted until 1959). The motorcycle was fitted with a two-stroke two-cylinder boxer engine 343cc with two carburetors, 15 HP at 5000 rpm, and Cardan shaft drive („BK' stands for „Boxer-Kardan”). The MZ BK 350 is very similar to its predecessor, IFA BK 350. The only differences are logo on fuel tank and the shape of the exhaust pipe. Years of production: 1956-1958. It was a popular motorcycle in DDR and other Eastern Bloc countries, about 41 000 units were sold. Top speed about 120 kph. This fine example has been beautifully restored and ready for any show or weekend romp.