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68 BSA (A65) Thunderbolt
#261944 06/30/09 12:26 am
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68 BSA (A65) Thunderbolt

I recently picked up an A65 Thunderbolt. It needs a little work but unlike most the bikes I bought in the last decade this one runs. It needs a few little things. I wasn't looking for another bike. I just saw it in a guys yard and bought it. There are a few dings and cracks but nothing real major. There is a dent in the gas tank but I am leaving it there. I think the odemeter is actually correct.

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Re: 68 BSA (A65) Thunderbolt
OKcycleguy #261967 06/30/09 2:38 am
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That's a really nice looking bike. Hope it does well for you.

How's come I never see anything like that sitting in a guy's yard?

Lannis


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Re: 68 BSA (A65) Thunderbolt
Lannis #262194 07/01/09 12:07 am
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Hello Lannis,

I assure you, he knew what he had. The only way I could justify it was it runs and stimulous money smile

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Re: 68 BSA (A65) Thunderbolt
OKcycleguy #377070 06/03/11 10:05 pm
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This bike is for sale. I should have saved my money. I have recently dropped the price to $3,200.00 I am having trouble maintaining all of my bikes. At this price I will be out a grand but could use the money for the other bikes. This is the only one I own that I didn't build from a basket. I am in Tulsa, OK. Let me know if you are interested.


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68 A65 BSA Thunderbolt
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Re: 68 BSA (A65) Thunderbolt
OKcycleguy #392175 08/29/11 9:59 pm
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Hello,

Is your bike still for sale?


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