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1969 Bsa Rocket Iii on 2040-motos

US $53000
YearYear:1969 MileageMileage:6

Farmington, New Mexico, United States

Farmington, New Mexico, United States
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BSA Rocket III photos

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BSA Rocket III tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):750 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty

BSA Rocket III description

1969 BSA Rocket 3 triple. Original condition - paint, seat. Bike runs with 6695 original miles. Nice riding bike with good power (no smoke) and good brakes.  Bike is complete except center stand.

Was stored since 1976 and original owner had passed away. Gas was drained from carbs and tank prior to storing and tank has no rust. No broken engine fins.

Comes with vintage bates hard bags and windshield with all hardware.

Replaced - foot peg rubber, choke cables, speedometer cable, front tire, carb boots, air cleaner, carb gaskets, battery.

Do Not have title will be sold with bill of sale only. Have vin inspection done to get a bonded title.

Shipping up to buyer. Will assist with loading if needed.

Please look at pics and ask any questions before bidding.

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