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Bsa motorcycles for sale in Arizona
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Gold Canyon, Arizona
This is a 1942 BS WM20 from the military motorcycle collection in the Hamilton Triumph Motorcycle Museum in Apache Junction, Arizona. This motorcycle was on display until just recently when it was moved out to make room for new acquisitions. Over 125,000 WM20s were made for the military during the war years. From the history we know on this machine, it was used by the British Army until 1957. When we obtained the bike about 12 years ago from a collector in California, it was painted Brunswick Green which the modern military color used by the British army after the war. The information plate on the toolkit shows that this BSA had been overhauled by the army in November 1951. This WM20 has frame number WM20 28820 and engine number WM20 14132. We fully restored this WM20 about 6 years ago, taking it back to its World War II configuration. At that time, it was put on display in our museum and has not been started since restoration. It will need a battery and fluid renewal if riding it is planned. Henk Joore from the Netherlands has an excellent website on the BSA WM20s where more information can be found … http://www.wdbsa.nl/index.htm This motorcycle has a clear Washington state title. Note: Bidders with feedback scores of less than 10 and/or outside of the USA and Canada must have permission before bidding, otherwise their bids may be canceled. No bids from outside the USA or Canada will be accepted without written email permission.
Up for sale is this great example of British motorcycling. 1963 BSA C15 Custom Street Legal Flat Tracker with clean AZ title It boast Ceriani forks and triple trees. Italian made Borrani rims. BSA 441 victor aluminum tank. Avon tires. And Airtech Flat Tracker seat and custom exhaust. The bike starts right up and sounds fantastic. Rides clean and smooth. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer. I have shipped bikes before and can help anyway I can. Questions?? Call Steve 480-234-6447
This bike is 99% perfect with 18,000 miles. It is on the back of a large diesel motor home. The BSA will be sold with the rack on the motor home. The BSA will be in the Columbia River Gorge after Labor Day then it will be taken to the Bishop CA area then to Quartzite AZ. Contact me by e-mail only as there is little phone service...email@example.com
The bike was built in the old school café style with a lot of power and torque. Bike starts easily and runs great with a very strong engine.I bought the bike from the builders as an addition to my collection but now I need to make room for other items. The original builders of this bike were extremely meticulous with the build process building it from the bare frame up; media blasted the frame and painted it with a base coat clear coat application. All parts of the bike were assembled with great care. Frame Number: A65L-5041 Frame Number indicates it is a 1966 Lightning Engine Number: A65S-8117 Engine Number indicates it is a 1966 Spitfire Title: Clear Arizona Title in my name Here is a list of the many new parts that went into the build of this bike not including all those small odds and ends: Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE
1968 BSA Thunderbolt 650. Completely restored in 2013-14. Numbers matching. Great original engine. Every nut, bolt and part was restored or replaced. Have pictures and invoices of the restoration. A real show bike.
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.
Category Dual Purpose Motorcycles
Posted Over 1 Month
1970 BSA 441 Victor Special 441cc 4 speed HIGHLIGHTS - Original Paper Title from 1st owner(Navy Pilot) in 1970. - Matching Numbers Frame AND Engine. - Ground-up restoration - Rebuilt 441cc engine - Rebuilt transmission and clutch - Crank shaft disassembled, inspected and cleaned - Rebuilt original speedometer and tachometer - Powder coated frame - Rebuilt original wheels with new spokes - Engine # DU10669 b44vs $1000 Down at end of auction. Remaining balance in cash or wire transfer before bike is shipped. Clean Title. Questions?? Steve 480-234-6447 Shipping is buyers responsibility 100%. I can help deliver to So-Cal for a fee. Be sure to add me to your favorites list! Check out my other items!
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1969-1970 BSA short frame flat-track racer, this bike can also be used for ice racing as well. It has a B50 frame, a B40 engine cases, B44 top end, horse power by Stan the bike also has a SS set up with gold star pistons. 35+ horse power also has bates seats. . This bike is set up to race and ready to go. Just fuel and you are you're ready to hit the track. It runs EXCELLENT. Last race was 2011 at the vintage race's by T.J. Thompson. Sold as is, buyer to pay for shipping. Sold on Bill of Sale only. Deposit of 500.00 paid through paypal, the remaining balance paid directly to me.
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.