Sold for £1,955
(including buyers premium)
Registration No: KEB 952F
Frame No: D14B6311
Engine No: D14B6311
The BSA Bantam is a two-stroke unit construction motorcycle that was produced by the Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) from 1948 (as a 125 cc) until 1971 (as a 175 cc). Exact production figures are unknown, but it was over c.250,000 and some estimates place the number closer to half a million.
This matching numbers 1968 D14 Bantam represents the ultimate development of the model that had by then seen 20 years in service. Restored and keeping a good degree of originality, it is a very attractive bike in its Metallic Blue and chrome finish. Formally part of a private collection of motorcycles. This BSA Bantam D14/4 is a matching numbers 1968 BSA Bantam D14. Many motorcyclists first bike in the 1960s. The vendor has advised that this machine is running well. The bike comes together with a current V5 and its original and a duplicate Green log book. It has been in storage for a few years so will need some recommissioning before use.
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Auction: National Motorcycle Museum, Wed, 20th Jul 2022
Wednesday 20th July 2022, from 9am
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