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For Sale 1969 Bsa Lightning A65l on 2040-motos

US $7,900.00
YearYear:1969 MileageMileage:1600 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Rock Spring, Wyoming, United States

Rock Spring, Wyoming, United States

BSA 650 Lightning A65L description

I have for sale or with just 1,667 miles on the
Bike/Motor since the 2012 restoration.
The oil in the motor, gear box and clutch compartment was changed with
a fresh set of spark plugs.
Contact Louis: devineheart2 @gmail .com
The bike starts first kick if you tickle the carbs and give one slow
kick to draw gas into the cylinders.
The frame and motor numbers are matching
The chain guard has been re-chromed. The frame is powder coated and
the gas tank and side covers were also painted It has the Boyer
Ignition System, new Lucas coils and a light weight Lithium Ion
Battery.
Contact Louis: devineheart2 @ gmail.com

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