Delayed, but not forgotten. Just back from 10 days elk hunting.

Originally Posted by Ibishop
...Engine number on the spare engine is A65HA14047 which matches the frame with an added Y...

Most likely the engine number is "-Y" at the end not "Y". It does make a difference. Don't ask why. Very long explanation.

Originally Posted by Ibishop
...I guess you guys would suggest putting them back together?...

Yes, very much so. Higher resale value down the road.

Originally Posted by Ibishop
...Would appreciate a look over by you experts...

As Leon has listed, plus hand grips look too long, no pipe support in front of engine, kicker too long, incorrect brake/clutch handle assemblies, and ditch the tail light. All minor items to deal with. A great start, as most of the Hornet specific items are there.

Also get a '67 Spares manual. More than worth it.


1967 BSA Wasp
1967 BSA Hornet (West Coast Model)
1967 BSA Hornet (East Coast Model)
1968 BSA Firebird Scrambler
1968 BSA Spitfire Mark IV
1965 Cyclone Competition Build