Wed, 9th Jun 2021 12:00

National Motorcycle Museum

 
  Lot 54
 

1950 BSA C11

Sold for £2,185

(including buyers premium)


Lot details

Registration No: TRF733
Frame No: ZC11-12203
Engine No: ZC10-11990
CC: 250CC
MOT: Exempt

  • From a deceased estate
  • Rigid frame model
  • Speedo in petrol tank
  • Older restoration
  • V5C

The Birmingham Small Arms factory was established in the Small Heath area of Birmingham 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 their demise in the early 1970s. One of the more popular models produced was the 250cc C11, a good solid reliable bike that many 1950s enthusiast began motorcycling on.

Part of a deceased estate this original C11 was restored a few years ago but has now been stood for a while so will need some recommissioning. It comes with a few receipts for parts bought during the restoration and a V5C. Please note engine must have been changed a some point as the engine number is different on the log book.

For more information, please contact:
Ian Cunningham
ian.cunningham@handh.co.uk
07415871189

 

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