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Very good condition,original numbers from new.runs ok has been in storage so will need a good check over before riding. any other info email only poor hearing on the phone. mp4 video


This is my late fathers bike which was a on going rebuild over the years before he passed away, the wheels have dunlop rims with new tyres and tubes, front forks have been rebuilt with double damping, new stantions /bushes and chrome oil seal holders, mag rebuilt, engine was rebuilt before he acquired the bike, tank


Very good condition. Easy to start and ride. Runs and rides very well. I've covered many comfortable miles. New tyres.

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For sale is my BSA C15t Trials bike in very good condition. The bike is Road Registered and has its V5 It is competition reddy with as new tyres, Alloy rims with stainless spokes, I have just rebuilt the forks with new staunching’s and internal’s, it has electronic ignition. I have fitted a different seat but h


Hello, For sale my BSA Lightning 650 cm3 1968, 6000 miles on speedo, dual carbs. Matching numbers engine/frame. Start first kick, runs like a clock, everything works (not tachometer, cable?) Not noise or oil leaks (Yes, i know ! ) Recently serviced ; - Dual Carbs AMAL 389 - Electronic ignition W

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Picture of 1968 BSA Thunderbolt For Sale

The BSA Thunderbolt was yet another variation of the tried and tested A65 650cc unit construction engine first introduced in 1962. With names like Spitfire, Hornet, Lightning, and Firebird the bikes conjured up the imagination of the buying public specifically in the USA where there was a bit export drive. This Uk m


BSA Drayton Bantam 185 cc as new never ridden. Terry Wright has spent over 50 hrs on this bike mods done by Terry seat .exhaust with new silencer Yamaha clutch . John mayfield lightened clutch I am selling the bike for Terry this bike is better than new call me

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Picture of 1965 BSA Rocket For Sale

This 650cc BSA Rocket was first registered in the UK in 1965. Only in production for 2 years the Rocket was the entry level unit construction BSA A65 fitted with one Amal mono-bloc carb, the later ‘C’ model here also fitted with a rev counter. A matching number example it was restored by a previous owner in 2014


Rare Matching numbers. In very good condition. Shows low mileage.NEW: Tyres, Amal Premium Carb, Clutch, Ignition. Owned 5yrs and UK registered.


Manufacturer: BSA Model: M23 Empire Star Year: 1937 Capacity: 500cc Engine type: 4-stroke / ohv Cylinders: 1 Bore/Stroke: 82x94mm Frame number: HM19609 Engine number: JM23834 During the 1930s BSA concentrated on producing a range of dependable, well-made, competitively priced motorcycles. The firm's single


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. We have even been known to work on Japanese bikes, as well as Swiss, Czechoslovakian, East German and Chinese machines.

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