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1962 BSA All Sport (Scrambler) #724827 02/09/18 12:21 am
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1962 BSA All Sport (Scrambler)
about to roll out the door this weekend for some VMX (Vintage Motocross) action here in Queensland, Australia
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Re: 1962 BSA All Sport (Scrambler) [Re: MikesClassics] #724832 02/09/18 1:57 am
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That sure is sweet lookin, I don't know if I would play in the mud with it......

Re: 1962 BSA All Sport (Scrambler) [Re: MikesClassics] #724941 02/09/18 9:07 pm
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Hi Brett dont let the old man on it its far to fast for him .?
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Re: 1962 BSA All Sport (Scrambler) [Re: MikesClassics] #725438 02/13/18 3:04 pm
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WOW Awesome!!!

Re: 1962 BSA All Sport (Scrambler) [Re: MikesClassics] #728415 03/12/18 5:39 pm
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Re: 1962 BSA All Sport (Scrambler) [Re: Mark. L] #728430 03/12/18 9:14 pm
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Originally Posted by Mark. L
That sure is sweet lookin, I don't know if I would play in the mud with it......


My thought too. What's that, a $2500 fuel tank? And what's the average undamaged lifespan of a race bike tank? About two motos?

I hope it has a plastic tank for "daily use" and keep this one for Sundays at Grandma's ... !

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Re: 1962 BSA All Sport (Scrambler) [Re: MikesClassics] #730125 03/28/18 1:38 am
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...all that perfect condition with hours of labor to get scratches over and over and dents...surely you are a brave man.

Re: 1962 BSA All Sport (Scrambler) [Re: MikesClassics] #731520 04/10/18 4:52 am
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Thanks for the kind words guys.
Upon closer inspection you may notice there are a few non factory items on the bike.
The tank is actually an Indian repro - not bad, but not great either.. but enough for a bike that will get some scratches etc.
Handle bars and levers are modern style to suit the riders liking
Rims and tyres are also newer styling and made for racing on newer tracks
New shocks for more travel and better ride
Aftermarket fenders so as not as expensive if needing to be replaced.
Air box made here and takes modern type filter inside - but still original look

All in all it is still the real deal factory racer, but a few modern touches, and if they decide to stop racing it, can easily be put back to the correct items for originality



Re: 1962 BSA All Sport (Scrambler) [Re: MikesClassics] #738218 06/10/18 3:54 am
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Wow, that’s a beauty. You’re a brave man to race it, even with the non original parts. I love the tires, to say nothing of the tank. Very very nice.


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