1971 BSA 250cc Starfire. Nice tidy bike from a deceased estate.
Running well with new battery, points and condenser fitted.
The black paintwork on the frame is in very good condition while the tank and side panels I would describe as presentable. The engine is very clean suggesting that it has been recently rebuilt.
The dark grey seat cover is in decent order with just one small repair on it.
The wheels have been rebuilt with new Raedelli rims.
Ready to be ridden and enjoyed.
1971 BSA B54
Perhaps the most Iconic cafe racer ever offered by a factory design remains the DBD34 Gold Star Clubman, but that all ended in 1963. In 1967 the B44 Victor Roadster emerged with a compact .....
BSA Royal Star. Its a 1970 model which I believe was the last year of production, and has the desirable (And very effective) twin leading shoe front brake.
It was originally shipped to Canada where it .....
Stunning one-off BSA A65 Lightning in Firebird Scrambler trim which has only covered 350 miles since a complete restoration
This bike looks fantastic in its metallic red and chrome livery and sounds .....
1972 BSA A65 lightning, UK model, matching numbers. Very nice machine, much money spent, rides beautifully.
SRM built engine with timing side bearing mod.and uprated oil pump.
New carbs. Cartridge oil .....
BSA Bantam 175 D14.
In blue, matching numbers and V5.
In very good condition with a range of new parts: carb, rectifier, kick start rubber, seat cover etc.
Instruction and Workshop Manual.
A very .....