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1967 BSA, $1,200, Project/Parts??? #3006837
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I know there vintage motorcycle enthusiasts here, so I figured I'd post this. For all I know it could be junk...
https://okaloosa.craigslist.org/pts/d/crestview-1967-bsa/7430059505.html

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Re: 1967 BSA, $1,200, Project/Parts??? [Re: Fat_Mike] #3006869
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Frank Fritz special right there ( American Pickers Alumni)

Re: 1967 BSA, $1,200, Project/Parts??? [Re: Dartforforty] #3006871
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Originally Posted by Dartforforty
Frank Fritz special right there ( American Pickers Alumni)


Yupp! He actually paid a fella here where I live 8500.00 for a 1948 Harley Panhead. wave


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Re: 1967 BSA, $1,200, Project/Parts??? [Re: Dartforforty] #3006875
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BSA have a strong following. https://www.webbikeworld.com

That one could go either way, lots of rebuild-able parts if you are missing them for your project, or restore it yourself. He doesn't say what model it is, so pricing is difficult.


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Re: 1967 BSA, $1,200, Project/Parts??? [Re: 67vertman] #3006993
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Originally Posted by 67vertman
BSA have a strong following. https://www.webbikeworld.com

That one could go either way, lots of rebuild-able parts if you are missing them for your project, or restore it yourself. He doesn't say what model it is, so pricing is difficult.


That's kind of why I posted the ad here. I'm not a motorcycle guy, but I'm pretty sure the seller isn't either so likely doesn't know what he has. I know we have some vintage bike guys around here and if there was anything valuable there, they'd have a shot at it.







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