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1956 BSA A10 650CC TWIN ROAD ROCKET PROJECT
#752144 10/10/18 2:09 am
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Looking at clearing some room for the Rabers stock that will be here soon, so not all projects can stay.
1956 BSA A10 650CC TWIN ROAD ROCKET PROJECT

CORRECT "MATCHING" NUMBERS (Correct engine in correct frame)
UN TOUCHED ORIGINAL AND VERY COMPLETE (Only missing chain guard)

ENGINE TURNS OVER AND HAS COMPRESSION- WE HAVE NEVER HAD IT RUNNING

BUYER TO ORGANISE OWN SHIPPING - PRICE IS IN AUS$8800

Located 4207 Queensland, Australia (Half way between Brisbane and Gold Coast)

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Re: 1956 BSA A10 650CC TWIN ROAD ROCKET PROJECT
MikesClassics #752732 10/14/18 2:19 pm
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Some rare, hard-to-find stuff on this one;

Original deep-cross-section front fender
Rare early A10 passenger hand grip, those got "taller" later.
Rare decorative chrome trim spacer between number plate and tail light

The seat must have been recovered as originals were black
The tool box and oil tank have been repainted, were originally black
Gas tank "originally" red in 1956? ( I thought that began in 1957, silver before that.)

I wish my '57 had been this complete when I found it.

Re: 1956 BSA A10 650CC TWIN ROAD ROCKET PROJECT
MikesClassics #753076 10/17/18 1:44 am
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So true, Good original complete bike... Many have started projects with a lot less, or bought "restored" bike a lot less correct than this.

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Re: 1956 BSA A10 650CC TWIN ROAD ROCKET PROJECT
MikesClassics #756361 11/17/18 10:28 am
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thats a great bike. why ruin it with a restoration?

Re: 1956 BSA A10 650CC TWIN ROAD ROCKET PROJECT
MikesClassics #756362 11/17/18 11:33 am
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I think its a great bike, Having a unrestored A10GF 1957 I agree that this bike disserve a healthy inspection and fixing what is needed no more.
The white seat is a matter of taste otherwise make it work and keep it safe.
Good luck to the buyer if he thinks like above if not he better be rich cause its going to cost a fair bit to restore to new condition.


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