Lot 2003


1936 BSA B2 250cc
Reg. no. CXB 625
Frame no. 4930
Engine no. D2984
In the 1930s BSA concentrated on the production of reliable and competitively priced OHV singles, the B series, produced in 250, 350, and 500cc formats. The 250cc B2 was only in production between 1933 and 1936, as such it isn\'t a common sight today. This B2 was acquired in its current form by the vendor\'s father in the 1970s, and the bike has been stored ever since. We are told that the engine turns over and that the frame is in sound condition. At some stage the bike was converted to trials trim, with a high level exhaust and folding foot rests. The hand gear change has also been replaced with a lever. Included in the sale is a second engine that is in very poor condition, some gearbox parts and some mudguards, also very poor. These are the remains of a second motorcycle purchased at the same time. There is a V5c for CXB 625.

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£1,800 - 2,000

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