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FS: 1955 BSA Goldstar Bitsa - Georgia #713749
11/03/17 9:16 pm
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1955 CB34 Goldstar motor runs fine tucked into an A10 twin frame. Has STD tranny, race 1-7/8" headpipe, webco stuff, The CB's are a strong motor utilizing the oval crankshaft. Rear wheel is A10, front 8" brake goldstar with harley front forks. If someone had a cb32 frame, this could turn into a real valuable package. Will get pics in a day or two. First $8000 is the lucky winner. If you're close and decide to take everything down, I'll purchase the frame and centerstand back for $500 to use on another bike.

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Re: FS: 1955 BSA Goldstar Bitsa - Georgia [Re: goodtry] #721190
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Here are some pictures of the Bitsa. The last picture shows the India tank that I'll include with the sale. Nice tank, chrome is peeling. Worked well as I waited two years for my original tank to be restored. Feel free to ask questions.

Re: FS: 1955 BSA Goldstar Bitsa - Georgia [Re: goodtry] #722020
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Looks like a nice job!
Curious: That's a Harley front brake? Kinda looks like a BSA '66 -'67 brake like my A65, but the lever is on the the right side. I had an A-10 that came to me with the wheel reversed that way, since the PO was confused. The Zero leading shoe effect was noticeable!

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Down to 1 BSA, 2 Triumphs, 1 '56 Chevy
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Re: FS: 1955 BSA Goldstar Bitsa - Georgia [Re: goodtry] #737957
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Bump, was saving for a fellow, but he was kind enough to let me know he couldn't pick it up for 6-8 months and should I sell it before hand there would be no hard feelings. So we're back for sale.

Re: FS: 1955 BSA Goldstar Bitsa - Georgia [Re: KC in S.B.] #737991
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KC it is an 8" BSA that has the brake hub reversed to the left side of the bike. They are normally on the right. Lloyd L


1951 ZB GS
1953 BB GS
1953 Super Flash
1954 Vincent BS
1963 RGS

Re: FS: 1955 BSA Goldstar Bitsa - Georgia [Re: bsalloyd] #737992
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Originally Posted by bsalloyd
KC it is an 8" BSA that has the brake hub reversed to the left side of the bike


Might even be a good idea.


Amateur Loctite enthusiast.

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