V5C in my name.
Starts easily and runs well no smoke or rattles.The gearbox and clutch work fine.Electrics work well. The chrome has some pitting in places rear wheel is painted.The tank is good inside. The seat is good. Tin ware solid. .....
This 1955 BSA M20 has been owned by 3 Kent members of the BSAOC in the last 25 years. I have owned it for 9 years.
It was restored by me eight years ago and has completed many trouble free miles in that time (apart from 1 head gasket and 1 exhaust valve)
I have recently had the tank repainted in .....
650 Spitfire for Sale. 19000 miles.1967
Oil filter and SMS sump filter fitted.
SMS oil pump fitted recently
LED bulbs to reduce battery load fitted.
starts and runs perfectly.
Large tank fitted and original style tank included.
350 CC, OHV
TELESCOPIC FORKS FRONT, RIGID ON THE REAR
THE LAST REAL BSA'S
RUNS GOOD, SEE VIDEO HERE: https://youtu.be/YMtkfXtZ8SE
ALL CORRECT NUMBERS
VERY NICE IN PAINT AND CHROME
1960 BSA C15 Trials Bike Twin Shock Pre 65 road registered and with V5C 118GYB. Super condition and well sorted. Roller bearing big end, needle roller timing side bearing, trials gear ratio, Ceriani front forks, 340 mm rear shock absorbers, 11" ground clearance, Bantam front and rear hubs, electronic .....
Fabulous 250cc, three speed (hand change) BSA B28.
Excellent transferable reg valued at £2000+
The engine and frame no’s date to 1928 according to BSA web site but it actually got registered in 1970. Worth removing current plate to sell on and getting an original age related plate put back on. .....
( WE CAN EASILY ARRANGE TO HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL GENUINE 1962 BSA RGS ROCKET GOLD STAR DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD )
( Highly Investable )
Genuine BSA RGS Rocket Gold Star 650 ( With correct GA10 Prefix frame number )
Reg: RVS 388
Consigned to: E.Campion, Leicester on 22.05.1962
A BSA Bantam Sprinter with a 125cc engine based on a D14/4 crankcase and gearbox, which has been modified with racing flywheels. The standard bore cylinder barrel has been race ported. The engine is fitted with a Todd head and an AMAL Mk1 concentric carburettor.
The frame and forks are D1 Bantam .....
This beautiful bike has been redone from the ground up. A great restoration from a customer who traded it in. Presents very well. Not many of these left in this condition. Clock shows 956 miles. Mainly sold in Africa and Australia, there were 300 made available in the UK. It does have the BB engine .....
After concluding that I will not have time or space to complete the rebuild in the near future it is reluctantly time for a new home for my 1960 BSA A10.
The bike was bought in 2009 as a bitsa and as the basis for building a replica Rocket Goldstar.
Two photographs show the bike as it was then.
This bike has had a full rebuild, the frame striped cleaned and checked ,sprayed in black, the forks have had a complete rebuild with new seals bushes ,new seal holders, rear plunger overhauled and many parts replaced, wheel rims replaced along with stainless steel spokes, new tyres and tubes, hubs .....