Property of a deceased's estate, 1962 BSA 646cc A10 Project Frame no. GA7 18740 Engine no. BA10 6644

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Lot 512
Property of a deceased's estate, 1962 BSA 646cc A10 Project
Registration no. 43 LUO Frame no. GA7 18740 Engine no. BA10 6644

Sold for £ 920 (US$ 1,204) inc. premium
Property of a deceased's estate
1962 BSA 646cc A10 Project
Registration no. 43 LUO
Frame no. GA7 18740
Engine no. BA10 6644
Introduced in 1949, BSA's rugged 650cc A10 twin had undergone considerable development by the end of the succeeding decade. On the cycle parts front, the introduction of a swinging-arm frame in 1954 had resulted in the original bolt-up gearbox's replacement by a conventional separate item, while the engine had benefited from numerous improvements including an increase in compression ratio for 1958 and the standardisation of the sports models' high-lift camshaft for 1959.
First registered on 26th May 1962, this dismantled and incomplete BSA A10 has an engine dating from 1953 and has belonged to the late owner since the early 1970s. Offered for restoration and sold strictly as viewed, the machine comes with its original buff logbook and an old-style V5 registration document.
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Property of a deceased's estate, 1962 BSA 646cc A10 Project Frame no. GA7 18740 Engine no. BA10 6644
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