WE CAN EASILY ARRANGE TO HAVE THIS NICE 50's BSA M33 499cc PLUNGER DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.
You must come and see this bike its a real nice tidy machine.
100% no issues everything works well. Ready to ride and enjoy.
BSA M33 499cc Plunger
Believed to be the last of the telescopic plungers.
Not registered until 1959 in overseas country ( Bike Probably sat in BSA dealers showroom ? )
Imported back to the UK on 02.11.1993 and has since had 5 owners in total.
Last owner since 31.01.2006 ( 14 years ) The BSA M33 has been used on many local charity runs
Reg: PSL 809
Vin/Chassis/Frame No. BM20S12181
Engine number. BM332974
Speedometer reading: 5656
Mileage could be true who knows ?
The BSA M33 starts very easily with good oil return with 100% no nasty rattles or smoke, All gears work well with no clutch slippage, The overall condition can only be described as very nice for a bike of this age.
I have rode the bike on road test and have covered approximately 50 miles by taking the bike home and I must say that I would be most confident to use this machine in any event.
The riders seat on the BSA is a leather saddle that has been fitted for better comfort we do have a brand new refurbed original seat for the BSA M33 which come with the bike if you need to change back to the standard look.
Please feel free to come and have a look or even a road test you will not be disappointed, I initially bought this bike for my eldest son Richard who loves the 50's style BSA singles but has decided to go Japanese instead as he cannot get use to the gear lever being on the opposite side to a Japanese rice burner. Ha Ha : )
INTRODUCTION: BSA M33 PLUNGER:
First introduced for 1948, the BSA M33 combined the B33's overhead-valve engine and the cycle parts of the M20 sidevalve. The B33 engine closely followed B31 lines, but with larger (85mm) bore and heavier flywheels. By the late 1940s, BSA's surviving sidevalves (the 500cc M20 and 600cc M21) retained the rigid frame of pre-war days and were marketed for sidecar use. The 'hybrid' M33 was intended to provide more power in that application, which it did with ease. Produced initially with rigid frame and girder front fork, the M33 switched to BSA's new telescopic fork in June 1948, while the plunger-suspended frame, optional from 1951, became standard on the M33 for 1956. A good, solid, all-round performer by the standards of its day, the M33 could top 60mph with sidecar attached, cruise comfortably all day at 50 mph-plus and return in excess of 50 mpg. Production ceased in August 1957.
Part exchange welcome, Delivery can easily be arranged anywhere please enquire, All payments taken.
Please Note: This BSA M33 500 is advertised on eBay UK where you can find 20 more nice pictures.
Call the shop showroom or message anytime on the above tags and ask for Frank.
24 Medway Parade
We are 2 miles away from the famous Ace Café Rockers bar.
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