1951 Bsa Zb34 Goldstart on mail.2040motos
BSA ZB34 Goldstart description
1951 BSA ZB34 Goldstar. Antique title. Total cosmetic and mechanical restoration. New paint, chrome plating, cadmium, decals, and pin striping. Seats and instruments were professionally restored. Engine-new valves, guides, seats, piston rings, connecting rod, crank pin, bearings. All bearings, all seals replace-Engine, transmission, front and rear wheel. Carburetor and ignition system rebuilt. New tires, stainless steel spokes, all cables, all rubber parts. This Goldstar is as it left the factory. Bike has never been wrecked or crashed. This bike has won several first place awards at bike shows. Has been stored in a controlled environment since restoration.
Selling some of my collection. Please look up other bikes for sale by this seller.
Questions? Email me before bidding. I WILL answer all questions as soon as I can. Any questions submitted over the weekend will be answered first thing Monday morning. I WON'T disclose my reserve, so please don't ask. Payment by cash, personal check or business check. No PayPal. Buyer responsible for all shipping arrangements and costs. Bike and title will be released 2 weeks after payment is made (unless paying with cash).
Moto blogMon, 14 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700
There’s something distinctly cool about old British motorcycles. From the wire wheels, the minimal bodywork, and the exposed engines which give off a thunderous bark, I’ve always loved looking at old Triumphs, BSAs and the like from the 60s. I’ve never owned one though. The reason is simple: old British bikes are needy little maintenance machines notorious for the odd oil leak.Thu, 23 Apr 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Back in 1997, an unusual motorcycle appeared on the front page of the Bristol Evening Post. Unable to afford a costly traditional sidecar, bus driver Alan Iles of Bedminster opted to build his own, using a bathtub. Twelve years later, the 1959 650cc BSA is still going and has been ridden all over Europe to help raise money for Cancer research and various charities, for which he has raised thousands of British pounds.Mon, 29 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Graham Coxon, British musician and lead guitarist for Blur, auctioning off seven of his personal motorcycles with proceeds benefitting NSPCC, the UK’s leading children’s charity. See the full press release from Bonhams below. The motorcycles will be sold as part of Bonhams Autumn Stafford Sale, an annual event taking place at the Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show, held on 19th October 2014.
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