1952 BSA A10
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Description


1952 BSA A10 Gold Flash 650cc Twin Plunger

Frame correct, engine to frame numbers. Original UK example. Beautifully presented after recent restoration completion. Rebuilt motor and gearbox, stainless steel fixings, new tyres, rims and battery, rebuilt competition magneto, etc. 458 miles completed and running superbly. Starts easily, runs smoothly and changes gear beautifully. Supporting paperwork supplied. Conceived by the master himself - Bert Hopwood. Briefed by BSA to come up with a bike able to compete with Norton and Triumph, which he did, being launched in October 1949. The A10 in different forms stayed in production until 1962 and proved a durable motorcycle. Dating records appear to show that this A10 was dispatched from base to "Watson Carriers LTD", Yorkshire. Comes with: V5C and an MOT if required. A really lovely classic BSA Twin. Delivery arranged.
 

Price: 7,495

DELIVERY AND SHIPPING CAN BE ARRANGED - ALL VEHICLES SOLD SERVICED AND WITH NEW MOT

NOTE
Although we take great care to describe our vehicles accurately and present them correctly with valid MOT.
No warranty is given or implied with his vehicle . An Independent Engineers Report can be supplied with this
vehicle prior to the full balance price being paid. If the Independent Engineers Report shows the vehicle to
have serious mechanical and structural defects at the time of sale any deposit taken will be refunded in full.
 

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