Fresh in from the USA, a July 1970 BSA Victor Special, with matching numbers. Runs and rides well. This would be the last month production of the B44, before BSA started making the B50 in August 1970. Mileage of 12,005 is probably correct looking at the bike. The bike was from a private collection in the states and has not been used for some years. The bike is fitted with electronic ignition. Turns over with fantastic compression, but no attempt has been made to start it. A must for any serious collector!
The Motorcycle is not UK registered, but paperwork is supplied (NOVA & US Title) to register it on a UK age related plate to show all duties have been paid. All you will need to add to this is insurance, MOT and the DVLA £55 first reg. fee. Full written instructions are supplied on how to register the machine. The procedure is very simple and easy to follow.
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