1943 Bsa M-20 on 2040-motos
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Painted in RAF blue back in the 1970's. In excellent overall condition with many new parts, and mechanical restoration. Top end engine has new standard sized piston, rings, rebuilt carburetor and new fuel pet cocks, clutch, valve job and cylinder honing. New brake, clutch, and spark advance and throttle cables.Solid, clean tank interior. New Dunlop tires, wiring harness, new battery and battery box, Pannier rack, original operator's guide book dated 1944 and reproduction parts and maintenance manuals. Presently, this bike has not been driven since engine rebuild. One Mag/Dyno has been sent out to a Mag shop in FLA and awaiting return. Additionally Mag/Dyno #2 is on the bike. Tool roll with extra tools will be provided and an original WD (War Dept) rear tire. Additional equipment will include, military 6x30 binoculars in case with broad arrow markings and soldiers pickmattock. Hand tire pump.Serial # on front fender black plate is the original War Dept. assigned number. Excellent opportunity to own a unique piece of WWII History. Ask your questions, do research on these bikes, My ebay rating is 100% and I wish to keep it that way...the only dumb question is the one not asked!
BSA M-20 for Sale
- 1943 bsa m-20(US $6,450.00)
Moto blogTue, 04 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700
The 1967 BSA Royal Star 650 has a special place in the heart of the Piano Man, Billy Joel — it was the first motorcycle he ever had. As time went on and Joel’s career blossomed, the love for motorcycles only grew. In fact, Joel even has his own motorcycle shop.Mon, 29 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Graham Coxon, British musician and lead guitarist for Blur, auctioning off seven of his personal motorcycles with proceeds benefitting NSPCC, the UK’s leading children’s charity. See the full press release from Bonhams below. The motorcycles will be sold as part of Bonhams Autumn Stafford Sale, an annual event taking place at the Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show, held on 19th October 2014.Thu, 23 Apr 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Back in 1997, an unusual motorcycle appeared on the front page of the Bristol Evening Post. Unable to afford a costly traditional sidecar, bus driver Alan Iles of Bedminster opted to build his own, using a bathtub. Twelve years later, the 1959 650cc BSA is still going and has been ridden all over Europe to help raise money for Cancer research and various charities, for which he has raised thousands of British pounds.
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