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National Motorcycle Museum

  Lot 205

1967 BSA Bantam D7

Sold for £1,495

(including buyers premium)

Lot details

Registration No: FNA 36D
Frame No: D7 1806
Engine No: GD7 1806
CC: 175
MOT: Exempt

  • Nicely presented 1967 BSA D7 Bantam
  • Restored keeping a good degree of originality
  • The Bantam is the best-selling British bike of all time
  • Easy to use and nice and simple to maintain classic
  • Stood for a couple of years, will need recommissioning
  • Supplied with a current V5C

The Birmingham Small Arms factory was established in the Small Heath area of Birmingham in 1861 and as the name suggests manufactured weapons. Around the turn of the century they started making bicycles and progressed onto motorcycles a few years later. BSA went on to be one of the world's largest producers of motorcycles up until its demise in the early 1970s. Their best selling model was the Bantam first seen in 1948 as a 125cc and in fact became the best selling British made bike of all time.

Most motorcyclist of a certain age will have served their apprenticeship on the classic Bantam. This 1967 D7 model has been nicely restored keeping a good degree of originality and is one of the easiest classic bikes to maintain and use. Stood for a couple of years, the engine turns freely and the gears select but will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a current V5C.

For more information, please contact:
Ian Cunningham
07415 871189


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