BSA made 272 Competion RGS of which this is one and they were made only for the American market.
Frame Number is GA10 408
Engine number is DA10 8355
The bike was returned to Europe in 1998 and was bought by a friend of mine in Denmark at that time. The bike was in good, used running order and then had a thorough overhaul to bring it to the condition you see in the photos. It really is immaculate and goes, after just one kick as a Rocket should with no problems at all. Sounds absolutely amazing.
I have photos of the bike when it first arrived here in 1998 - it looked good and drove well even then.
The bike is correct in all details
My friend still owns the bike but has asked me to advertise it for him as his English is not perfect though better than my Danish.
It is still located in Denmark. Delivery by arrangement.
Please call Mark on 07799.088513 (I'm in both Denmark and the UK - back and forth) or call Ole (the owner) in Denmark on 45.28146052 with any questions.
He also has a truly beautiful Triumph 120C also a Competition model from 1964. £15,750.
My personal machine, owned by me since 1968, has just been fully restored by us. As you can see, we have expertise in machines other than BMW, but have been brought up on British bikes, now classics......
Registered 3rd July 1964 this fins condition RGS replica has the frame from a B31 and what appears to be a genuine Gold Star engine, no. DA10R4825. Also fitted with a gearbox stamped RRT2 this bike.....