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I have decided to sell two of my beloved BSA's
1. 1958 Golden Flash in Nutley Blue. It is very standard apart from 12v electrics, luggage rack, Triumph clutch and Concentric carb. New rear tire.
6,500

2. 1969 441 Shooting Star Standard trim. Modern tires.
4,500

Both bikes are in excellent condition and are a delight to ride. Not 'show' quality but very nice. I restored the 650 in 97-98 and have ridden it all around NJ, Daytona, eastern Ohio, Catskills and upstate NY. Rides like a dream! The 441 was acquired about 15 years ago. It received an 'as needed' chassis refurbishment and a complete engine and trans overhaul.
I can send pictures and details via e-mail Tom Schaefer (PRT) [email protected]

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Did the pictures get there?

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Originally Posted by pushrod tom
Did the pictures get there?


Are you addressing someone in particular, or were you actually replying to a PM but did it here by accident?


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I got some pictures from you. Nice bike. Replied to you by email.


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Hi, I’m interested in the A10, I would appreciate some Photos. [email protected], if I arranged freight could you supervise loading.

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Originally Posted by pushrod tom
I have decided to sell two of my beloved BSA's
1. 1958 Golden Flash in Nutley Blue. It is very standard apart from 12v electrics, luggage rack, Triumph clutch and Concentric carb. New rear tire.
6,500

2. 1969 441 Shooting Star Standard trim. Modern tires.
4,500

Both bikes are in excellent condition and are a delight to ride. Not 'show' quality but very nice. I restored the 650 in 97-98 and have ridden it all around NJ, Daytona, eastern Ohio, Catskills and upstate NY. Rides like a dream! The 441 was acquired about 15 years ago. It received an 'as needed' chassis refurbishment and a complete engine and trans overhaul.
I can send pictures and details via e-mail Tom Schaefer (PRT) [email protected]


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BSA 1.jpg BSA2.jpg BSA3.jpg

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Thanks Gordon!

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Originally Posted by pushrod tom
Thanks Gordon!

I'm a BSA unit single guy and I'd love to add that SS to the herd BUT.........that A10 .......there's just something about that bike that calls to me.

I really can't afford either.....and have been trying to move things out of here before someone else has to. But you make it hard on a fellow.

AND your more than welcome.......Gordon

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