1966 Bantam For Sale

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  • £1,395 As stated
  • 1966
  • Whitley bay
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Price £1,395 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Motorcycles
Make BSA
Model Bantam
  D10 bantam
Year 1966
Mileage 30,000 miles
Country UK
Region Tyne and Wear
Town Whitley bay
Telephone 07724 939086
Status Private
Ref C1299081
Bsa bantam.Ride away , use it no work to do , REDUCED IN PRICE FOR INSTANT SALE NOW ONLY £1395 1966 D10 /175cc just like D7 , New v5c As DVLA will not give original number as seen on picture it has a age related ,,Number on now ,,blue chrome tank chrome on wheels correct original As from factory bike in use In my name reliable ,easy start very good bike clutch and gears good ,all electrics work, new battery ,yes bike is correct Price only £1395 Or more as summer comes ,also have a b14 1971 heavy forks higher price TEL ONLY ,, E MAILS ARE JUST TO PASS TIME ,I WANT INTEREST IN BUYING BY TEL ,,PLEASE CAN GIVE MORE INFORMATION AND DETAILS TO GENUINE BUYERS
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