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1920's BSA Sidecar #733172
04/26/18 2:59 pm
04/26/18 2:59 pm
Joined: Sep 2013
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Santa Fe, NM
mijmoto Offline OP
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Santa Fe, NM
Anyone interested in a BSA sidecar from the 20's? This car came off of a 1926 BSA S26 that was used in the 2012 Cannonball. It has been restored (not by me) and looks pretty good. I believe that it is the standard model (I think it is a 9C) as there are no bells and whistles. It does have an acetylene generator and lamp. The wheel has modern spokes and a new rim but I do have the old rim and spokes. Thinking about $4,000 plus shipping for the car. It is not precious to me so I am interested in offers. Try this link for photos: http://sylviacrain.com/BSA_sidecar. Thanks Jim

Last edited by mijmoto; 05/16/18 1:24 pm. Reason: Added more info

Lots of BSAs
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Re: 1920's BSA Sidecar [Re: mijmoto] #733938
05/03/18 2:11 pm
05/03/18 2:11 pm
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Does the S26 come with it?? I really am wanting a 20's brit bike, will have one.. One day. Great price on the sidecar..


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Re: 1920's BSA Sidecar [Re: mijmoto] #735531
05/16/18 1:23 pm
05/16/18 1:23 pm
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Santa Fe, NM
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Hey T120C, Sold the S26 to a friend after the motorcycle cannonball. It is on display in Roswell, NM. I also have an MGB but mine is a GT.


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