Built from 1968 to 1972 the Thunderbolt was supposed to be the ‘Touring’ model in the line up of BSA unit construction 650cc bikes, fitted with a single Amal carburettor it produced 46bhp and a gave a top speed of 104 mph.
This fine example has come from one of the UK’s largest private collections of BSA’s and was restored by the in house mechanic. Having had a complete engine rebuild the bike has only covered test milage and will require further running in. A matching number machine it is supplied with UK road documentation.
BSA A65 650cc 1964
New chrome, new wheels, nicely finished, new tank, rides lovely, great investment bike!
May need re-commisioning as not been ridden for a while. Delivery can be arranged.
BSA A65T Thunderbolt, 1970 one of the last of the pre OiF models.
Recent improvements have been new primary chain, electronic ignition, silencers and carburettor.
I bought the machine as a non-runner.....
1967 BSA A65 Lightning - back from the states. A matching numbers bike, registered, up and running. It came with no clocks so I’ve fitted new ones, but no idea of actual mileage. The tyres are past.....