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BSA 441 Victor Motorcycles

  • currentcurrent (1970)
    new or used
    2016-10-18 02:16:48
    danville, California, United States
  • 1967 BSA 441 Victor1967 BSA 441 Victor (1967)
    Offered for sale is a 1967 BSA 441 Victor endure motorcycle. While this bike is definitely not in concours condition, whatever condition you deem it to be, I believe it's condition and mileage is original. The photos should speak for themselves.
    2016-08-09 05:03:30
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
  • 1969 BSA 441 Victor1969 BSA 441 Victor (1969)
    Great bike for restoration as it seems complete. The motor kicks over but I have not tried to start it. The speedometer appears to be not working as the needle is stuck.
    2016-06-29 05:09:47
    Indio, California, United States
  • 1968 BSA 441 Victor1968 BSA 441 Victor (1968)
    1968 BSA 441 Victor Most 441 Victors were hammered hard over the years, in the dirt. This one is different.  There is no evidence it's ever been ridden off-road.
    2013-10-22 00:59:03
    Whitefish, Montana, US
  • BSA 441 VictorBSA 441 Victor (1968)
    BSA 441 Victor. Needs home. Great bike but no time to ride or care for.
    2013-09-28 18:14:10
    Mountainside, New Jersey, US
  • BSA 441 Round BarrelBSA 441 Round Barrel (1967)
    What I have for sale is a 441 that I bought from the second owner, he had bought it from a motorcycle shop in Colorado in1978, it is in excellent physical condition, there are essentially only 3 actual dents on the whole bike, one that is smaller than a dime on the  right headlight ear and 2 small dents in the muffler end, on the tank there are some small scratches and few small nicks in the chrome but nothing you can actually call a dent (maybe a very small ding), the tank could be perfect without much effort, the fenders are in excellent condition (a few small scratches but not much more) with even the rear fender edge dead nuts perfect, the seat is excellent, the tires are very good with no dry rot (a testament to how it was stored), the shocks are pretty good, the paint isn't perfect especially on the oil tank but the frame is pretty good with little scratching as is the skid plate, the wheels have some surface pitting (the front more than the rear) but are just about perfect otherwise with no spoon or tire iron marks / gouges, if you were looking to re-chrome an original set of wheels these would be the ones, the original spokes will clean up 100%,  it appears the bike is only missing the chain guard (I have one that came with the bike but I don't think it's correct) the carb to air box boot (shot) and the BSA tank plug, it will need a few other odds and ends like 2 bolts for the seat, a decompression cable (broken), grips and a clevis for the front brake that attaches the cable to the lever (and I'm sure a few other small things) the bike has been in heated storage in the previous owners home for approximately 10 years where it had been put away within weeks of having the top end rebuilt, I know that the coil went bad (it crumbled in my hands)  I provided a Emglo coil that I had for the ET ignition, this being said I have not tried to start it or hook up the coil or even go through the wiring, assume that you will have to spend a couple of hours going through it (I have a new set of points and a carb kit I will give to the new owner), I just had a complete knee replacement 2 months ago and starting a big single is not for me (unless it doesn't make the reserve then I will finish it),  take advantage of this opportunity to get a hold of an un molested bike in excellent condition, I realize the paint isn't perfect but this is a great set of bones, it's unrestored so there is nothing hidden, what you see is what you get.  I would encourage anyone that is interested to come and see it in person if possible  As always shipping is the responsibility of the buyer but I will accommodate any way possible, anyone with less than 10 positive feedbacks must contact me prior to bidding
    2013-09-05 08:25:37
    Beacon, New York, US

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Wed, 08 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

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Mon, 14 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

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Fri, 11 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

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Tue, 04 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700

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Wed, 02 Feb 2011 00:00:00 -0800

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Thu, 23 Apr 2009 00:00:00 -0700

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