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1970 Bsa Lightning on ns1.2040-motos

US $1,275.00
YearYear:1970 MileageMileage:999999 ColorColor: Blue
Location:

York, South Carolina, US

York, South Carolina, US
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BSA A65 Lightning photos

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BSA A65 Lightning tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):650 For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:GD08986A65L

BSA A65 Lightning description

For Sale by Owner

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Here is a very good looking 1970 BSA 650cc Lightning with the Engine number and the Frame number matching the VIN. Although the motorcycle appears ready to go in the pictures it is in need of complete restoration. The good news is that just about anything you might need for this restoration project is readily available through many outlets. This motorcycle will make for a great winter restoration project, be it a Café` Racer, Old School Chopper or keep it all Original. Everything will need to be gone through and cleaned, refurbished, re-chromed, painted and polished or replaced as deemed necessary. I'm talking cables, pipes, fuel system, tanks, battery, all chrome work, paint etc. Pretty much all the usual stuff you do with a restoration. I used to ride this bike to work and back every day with no issues, a 60+ mile round trip on US 19 in Clearwater/St. Petersburg, Florida. We then moved to the Charlotte area in 2007 and I did not ride it out as much here as I wanted to. Part of the reason was I got myself a Screaming Eagle Deuce for the mountains near here. Although garaged for several years, I have kept the engine free plus there is still gas in the tank but it will not start now I'm sure. The gas will be stale and no doubt the carbs need a good clean. Make no mistake, this is a project bike with a lot of work to be done. On the plus side it is all together and begging to be torn down and rejuvenated. I have a clean, clear Florida Title in hand in my name. This will be a cash sale. Please ask questions and arrange to view the bike prior to making your bids. The winning bidder/ buyer is responsible for picking up and transporting the motorcycle from its location in York, SC.

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