Bsa A10 motorcycles for sale
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Costa Mesa, California
Red and ChromeComprehensive cosmetic restorationA10 Frame w/650cc 4-Speed in good running conditionTCM Certified with Safety Inspection3-Month, 3,000 Mile Limited Engine WarrantyWorldwide shipping availableMore photos available upon request
1954 BSA Golden Flash. Original, titled bike. Currently in the shop being freshened up, will post pics when done. Hard to find in this condition. 440-382-8228. Trades on other vintage bikes considered.
San Luis Obispo, California
1952 BSA a 10 molded frame bobtail fender. Frame and cases stock. Sheet-metal altered for look. Go stock or? Been stored for over 20 years. Taken out and run every year and put back in storage. Health forces sale. My trophy can be yours. Trade/cash combo?
Hey everyone. This is a 1960 A10 650 BSA motorcycle. It was my fathers (he was the original owner) and he said it runs. But he has not tried to start it in about 20 years. Because it has not been started in a while I don't want to try as it prob needs to be lubed up and checked inside before you kick it over. But it does kick over. It has all original parts. I believe the handle bars, gas tank and rear fender are not original but they are 1960s original. I do have the original front chrome fender but its not on the bike. Don't know the mileage because it has no speedometer. This bike needs some love and restoration. CLEAN TITLE If you have any questions feel free to message me or call 480 two three one 8450. Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping.
Numbers Matching 1961 BSA A10 Big Valve Super Rocket - absolutely beautiful restoration done about 15 years or so ago with nothing spared. Engine rebuilt, gearbox redone, re plating, rebuilt magneto, generator, instruments, and the list goes on and on. Bought bike from a collection. It was ridden by the previous owner/rebuilder on occasion ( speedo says 3283 miles - knowing speedo was rebuilt, this is probably the miles he put on it post rebuild but am not sure). I was told the bike has been in dry heated storage for the last 10 years or so - properly stored with engine kicked over and gearbox ran through on a regular basis. I have not attempted to start the bike since I purchased it. This bike is extremely clean, very close to original and very nice, probably one of the nicer one's you will ever see. These are getting harder to find- especially like this one. Please see the pictures attached for details and ask questions if needed. I can send extra photos if needed - just let me know what you want to see please. Bike is sold as is, no warranty implied. Recommendation is that motorcycle will need going through before starting/driving - just as any bike that has been in storage for a period of time I have a clean and clear ownership in hand. The Library of the VMCC in the UK confirmed that this 1961 BSA Super Rocket is numbers matching and was dispatched to Percy McBrides, Toronto Ontario Canada on January 26, 1961. Recorded as an A10 Super Rocket built to USA specs. $500 non refundable downpayment by PayPal is due immediately upon sale,. The balance must be paid by either a direct wire from your bank to mine or by International Money Order that is cashable in Canada. Prefer bank to bank wire . Once money is safely in my bank account, I will release the bike for pick up. Shipping is sole responsibility of buyer ( U Ship works good ) . I can hold bike for up to 45 days so that you can arrange shipping. SOLD AS IS - No warranty implied, any comments in my description are from my point of view and information given to me. What you see or know may vary from mine and that is fine. Bike is being sold as is, no warranty implied, seller has no liability on sale. 2 hours N from Niagara Falls NY or Buffalo NY border crossing3 hours N from Port Huron, Mi or Collins Landing NY border crossing4 hours from Detroit Mi or Ogdensburg, NY border crossing Norton, BSA, Triumph, Vintage motorcycle, pre unit, pre-unit, preunit
San Antonio, Texas
1952 BSA A10 , 1952 BSA A10 Golden Flash Bobber. Built about 6 years ago and used as a weekend Bar Hopper. Original Frame and matching 650CC engine. Head was modified for more flow and Stainless steel Valves were added. Hardened Valve seats for unleaded fuel. Heavy Duty Norton clutch and Belt drive primary for reliability. Bored .040 over. Magneto ignition with electronically regulated voltage regulator. Everything was rebuilt approximately 1500 miles ago. $6,450.00
BSA : A10R SUPER ROCKET ORIGINAL 1959 BSA SUPER ROCKET MOTORCYCLE FOR PARTS OR RESTORATION PRE UNIT 650
HERE WE HAVE A RARE ORIGINAL WHAT I BELIEVE TO BE ORIGINAL PRE UNIT 1959 BSA SUPER ROCKET PARTS BIKE. BEEN SITTING FOR MANY YEARS. WHAT YOU SEE IS ALL THAT I HAVE. MOTOR ANY TRANSMISSION STUCK FROM SITTING FOR YEARS. MANY GOOD PARTS ON MOTORCYCLE. I DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT THESE PLEASE LOOK AT PICTURES FOR BEST DESCRIPTION. DOES HAVE ONE REPAIR ON ENGINE CASE LOOK AT PICTURES. LOOKS LIKE FRAME # FA711099 AND THE MOTOR # CA10R8886 GREAT FOR PARTS BIKE RESTORATION OR CHOPPER BOBBER CUSTOM BUILD. SOLD WITH BILL OF SALE ONLY. PLEASE ASK ANY QUESTIONS PRIOR TO BIDDING. I WILL HELP ASSIST YOUR SHIPPING COMPANY ANY WAY I CAN. I SELL WORLD WIDE. $500 PAY PAL DUE AT END OF SALE UNLESS CONTACT ME FIRST ABOUT OTHER FORM OF PAYMENT., CASH IN PERSON. ALSO I CAN STORE BIKE UP TO 30 DAYS IF NEEDED FOR YOU TO GET SHIPPER SET UP. BIKE WILL ALSO BE GOING UP FOR SALE LOCAL. THANK'S FOR LOOKING
Trim CA 10 R
Santa Monica, California
Category Standard Motorcycles
Posted Over 1 Month
Original condition! 1952 BSA A10 Golden Flash Frame number: ZA7S 10223 Engine number: ZA10 15686 One of BSA's most beloved engines, the new 650cc A10 twin joined the 500cc A7 model in 1949. The existing parallel-twin architecture was retained for the A10, with a 360-degree crankshaft and single camshaft at the rear of the cylinder block. A four-speed gearbox bolted directly to the crankcase in a form of semi-unit construction. Like the A7, the A10 was available initially with either a rigid frame or plunger rear suspension; it would be another four years before swingarm rear suspension superseded both. Named Golden Flash, initially the new 650 was strikingly finished in pale beige metallic, a sure standout when black predominated. Ever since the model's introduction, enthusiasts have commonly referred to the touring A10 as the "Golden Flash," even when it was finished in alternative color schemes, as is the case with this particular example, a black plunger frame model. ? The matching-numbers A10 offered here has been on display in a private and very substantial multi-multi-million dollar collection of European cars and motorcycles. Purchased several years ago in the presented perfectly original cosmetic condition, the bike was sympathetically overhauled mechanically, with attention given to brakes, suspension and carburetion. The engine has excellent compression and the bike runs exceptionally well. It is accompanied by a substantial file of service and restoration receipts.
Trim Superb Original
1957 BSA A10 Super Rocket, 1957 BSA A10 BIG VALVE SUPER ROCKET TOUR MODEL EXCELLENT CONDITION FRAME UP RESTORATION 15 YEARS AGO. A VERY NICE BIKE THAT LOOKS ALMOST NEW. SO STOP IN TO SEE THIS BIKE OR ANY OF THE HUNDREDS OF MOTORCYCLES WE HAVE WE FOR SALE OR CALL JEN AT 724-282-7278. THANKS.
1956 BSA A10 , 1956 BSA Road Rocket A10 This bike is being sold out of the RnB Global Collection. All original condition. Motor professionally restored to include rebuilt crankshaft. XL Alloy Wheels and Spokes. K70 Dunlop tires. Odometer reading 6647. Engine number CA10RR1120. New battery and all fluids flushed and refilled in last 15 days. Runs Great. Launched as the top of BSA's range in 1954, the BSA Road Rocket had an A10 engine with an alloy cylinder head, high compression pistons and a high lift camshaft, producing 40 bhp and a top speed of 109 mph. Originally advertised by BSA in 1954 as 'undoubtedly the worlds greatest motorcycle, the Road Rocket had a short but well liked run before it was replaced in 1958 by the BSA Super Rocket. $7700. Sold on clean Title $7,700.00
1952 BSA A10 Golden Flash Bobber. Built about 6 years ago and used as a weekend Bar Hopper. Original Frame and matching 650CC engine. Head was modified for more flow and Stainless steel Valves were added. Hardened Valve seats for unleaded fuel. Heavy Duty Norton clutch and Belt drive primary for reliability. Bored .040 over. Magneto ignition with electronically regulated voltage regulator. Everything was rebuilt approximately 1500 miles ago. Custom "Deep Purple" paint that looks great but has a few chips and touch ups from use. It has a mark on the rear fender from the chain hitting it when it was out of adjustment. (pic shows it well, its very low on the fender so it is hardly noticeable) There is also 2 small areas where the paint lifted a bit on the concaved part of the fuel tank that I took a close up picture of. Nearly every part on this bike has been polished or chrome plated. Custom leather seat. This bike is surprisingly fast, Ive owned a few Triumph Bonnevilles and this bike would smoke them. Runs flawlessly and always starts on the first kick. Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. Anthony 520-990-7932 Will ship worldwide, email for a quote.