For Sale and Wanted Ads May Be Placed On This Website And In Our Monthly Newsletter "Piled Arms", Free, For BSAOCSC Members Only, And Will Run For 3 Months, Unless Renewed Or Withdrawn. Contact Clive Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello: This BSA belongs to a friend of mine and we are bringing it to the meet at Tony Dunn's. If you know of anyone that is interested please pass this on. It is a rider and is in Tucson and any information or more pictures you need, call Doug. Thanks Tucson Gerry
FOR SALE: 1952 BSA B33 500cc Plunger, Clear Arizona title
Excellent running bike, everything works.
Good start for full restoration, or leave as is
Can be seen in the morning at BSA Owners Club of Southern California “All British Swap Meet” at Classic Cycles, Nov 22, 2015 . Questions, call Doug (520) 907 2690
To see a larger picture "click" on the photo.
For Sale: by long time BSAOCSC member Dan Gehrs in Solvang. 1970 Norton Commando Roadster original and unrestored. 11,000 odd miles. This is a turnkey classic that was brought out of retirement when purchased less than 2 years ago. It has been thoroughly gone through and runs strongly and reliably. Selling for medical reasons.
1970 BSA Starfire 250. You've all seen this little beauty on the club runs. It's the best-running quarter-litre Beezer I've ever ridden. Showing only 1400+ miles on the clock (might be actual, who knows?). Starts first kick, idles nicely, pulls hard and keeps up with the big bikes through Angeles Crest! Repainted, new decals. Only mods are lower 'bars, Dunstall Decibel Silencer (allows it to breath a bit better than stock, rev quicker and runs faster...plus it has a nice bark), and reversed shifter camplate for desirable one-up, three-down shift pattern. Gearbox shifts smoothly, no jumping out of gear, and you can snick it into neutral at traffic lights. PLUS, the previous owner installed nice little turn signals on it, which actually work! A bit of an extra safety feature in traffic. The K-70 copies have sidewall checking.
At the start of summer I was offered $3900 for it (high bid on eBay but below my reserve). Now need to thin the collection. Will sell to club member for $3250. At the San Luis Obispo Classic MC show in October where it was displayed, BSA restoration guru Don Harrell looked at it and mentioned, "interest is building in these 250s." Great beginner classic, or for shorter rider, or for the wife/girlfriend.