BSA S27 Sloper 500cc. year 1927.
Spanish registration since 1927 (sold new in Spain).
Restored between 2014 and 2016/ 17, after the restoration it has been used very few times, only for shows.
Very good condition.
As extra parts we have the passenger seat and another engine piston.
30 photos available and video ( I will send after we talk by phone or by whatsapp ).
13. 900 euro as state (11, 960GBP).
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