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.
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.
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!