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PRIVATE VEHICLE NO TRADE We offer for sale this historic vehicle from 1934 complete with sidecar, an elegant dark green. Held as an amateurThe BSA series of motorcycles, more commonly known as the BSA Sloper, was a series of motorcycles produced by the Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) from 1927 to 1935.Launched in 1927, the 493cc overhead valve engine was tilted, and the bike was equipped with a saddle tank that allowed for a low seating position, improving center of gravity and handling. Designated as the new S series, but sloper has become the term used by motorcyclists and therefore adopted by BSA for marketing. The Sloper range remained the same until its disappearance in 1935. Each model was designated with the two letters of the year produced, from which the S34 was produced in 1934.The first models were characterized by a cylindrical head with a 493cc single attachment (80x98mm), surmounted by a cast aluminum casing for the rocker arms, with exposed valve springs. Next to the cast barrel there were plated pipes to cover the push rods. The contours of the cam and the wide bases on the tappets did not ensure any valve noise, which meant that the Sloper was considered by many to be one of the smoothest and quietest 500 cc sports bikes. The large basement housed a large and heavy flywheel and a separate oil supply tank controlled by a manual counter.The first models had a duplex frame and a three-speed gearbox, but soon the upper tube was replaced by an I-forged frame to support a new steering head. By 1929/30 the engine was carrying a head with two mouths, and the ohv joined a less popular side valve model; these models also had extra chrome. From 1930 there was an optional sports kit for £ 10, including a high compression piston, hardened valves and springs and a racing spark plug. The model ceased production in 1935, when by then there were only two models.The large heavy flywheel and easy cams gave the Sloper a slow tick, which was complemented by large fishtail silencers. With a decisive rhythm, together with its manageability, they may have added the choice of its name. The cruising speed was 55 miles per hour (89 km / h), with a top speed of around 75 miles per hour (121 km / h).The motorcycle-sidecar can be viewed at our Link Motors branch in Turin by appointment only

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