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A10 Cafe? #200085
06/10/08 8:30 am
06/10/08 8:30 am
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Posts: 92
Sydney, Australia
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G'day guy's n'gals, i came across this photo of an interesting bike that sits in the Miller Museum. Its an A10 Cafe racer.. quite bizarre!
I thought u might like it.... cheers Guybo.



51'/53'/58' A10 Plunger(frankenbsa) Golden Flash
Re: A10 Cafe? #200086
06/10/08 10:27 am
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Bega NSW Australia
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I think it is an A7 race bike from the early 50's when the BSA factory were set on racing their 500 twins, it should have a special all alloy A7. This I think has an earls frame and front end.


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Re: A10 Cafe? #200087
06/10/08 10:29 am
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Meant to mention the frame is aluminium.


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Re: A10 Cafe? #200088
06/10/08 11:03 am
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Ernie Earles himself would have made it. I just saw one of these with a Velo motor in it in one of the classic bike mags recently.

Re: A10 Cafe? #200089
06/10/08 2:20 pm
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Yea, i think you guys are correct. If u look closely, the sign on the seat does say Earles Bsa. cheers.


51'/53'/58' A10 Plunger(frankenbsa) Golden Flash


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