1949 BSA B31 350 cc OHV Plunger , Beautiful BSA Single subject of a full restoration in and around 2005 , Photographs supplied .Little mileage covered since completion , Starts easily and runs extremely well . Comes with dating certificate , Original registration number , V5C and associated paper .....
A one off unique and usable classic. Re-bored to 400cc with wisco high compression piston. Head ported and polished. Goldstar touring cams fitted. Four spring triumph clutch conversion. Reconditioned mag and dynamo. All stainless steel fixings. Too many new parts to list but have all .....
This old BSA XB31 from 1946 last ran about 10 years ago. It would start now as it does have spark and compression however I am not sure the oil is returning and the clutch slips a bit when using the kickstart lever so I have not tried.
The bike is taxed and registered in my name. I was going to fit .....
BSA Gold Star for sale zb34 500ohv preserved with old restoration MATCHING NUMBER FRAME AND ENGINE
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. ( WE CAN EASILY ARRANGE TO HAVE THIS LOVELY OLD 1949 BSA B33 499cc DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD )
. BSA B33 499cc Rigid
. Year 1949
. Runs very well great starter
. Please check out Photos
. Brought from Venture Classics 3 years ago in this condition
. Lot's of Time and Money .....
ZB32GS in competition trim, has been fitted with BTH electronic ignition,
Newby belt drive have only 30 miles running on both. Starts and runs with no problems. Tank has been treated with caswell.
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BSA B31 for sale totally renovated motorbike all receipts available, not done any mileage since rebuild.. bought for display purpose so never ridden.. BSA owners club certification certificate , New tyres,avons, cables, wiring etc, mot & road tax exempt. VGC. (northants)could deliver (50 mile radius).....
Originally registered on the 4th of July 1949 this is a lovely smart example of BSA's original rigid model from the first full year of production. This bike has lived in a Norfolk motorcycle museum since 2006. We have had the bike up, running & road tested for 8 miles. It will need careful reintroduction .....
ENGINE IS FROM BSA BANTAM, VERY FIRST EDITION (1949)
ENGINENUMBER UYD 825
MONARK ( FROM SWEDEN) BOUGHT THESE ENGINES FROM BSA AND FITTED THEM IN THEIR OWN FRAMES.
THEY ALSO DID IT WITH DKW AND ROYAL-ENFIELD ENGINES
IN VERY NICE CONDITION