A British manufacturer established in 1861, BSA was at one time the world's largest motorcycle producer before going defunct in 1972. BSA was also involved in the automotive industry (dating back to 1907) and at one point owned the Daimler Company until 1960 when all automotive aspects of the company were sold to Jaguar Cars Ltd.
VINTAGE - There are many options that may affect the final value on Indian motorcycles. These include multi-speed transmissions, clutch assembly, electronics,engine options, dual brakes, side cars, etc. Consult one or more of the helpful Indian buyers guides available to help with the identification of these models and options. As you use this price guide for Indian motorcycles, please keep in mind that some values indicated are based on the limited pricing data available. Your comments on the Indian motorcycle values shown are very much welcomed. All Indian models after 1919 are twin cylinder unless indicated.