1950 BSA Vintage Motorcycles Prices and Values

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BSA Note

VINTAGE - 1945 - 1965 The Mustang motorcycle was built in glendale, california until 1965. Approximately 20,000 motorcycles were manufactured. In 1970 Mustang enthusiast Don Orr purchased the rights and factory parts stock and produced approximately 20 motorcycles. Options such as four- speed transmissions, front brakes, generators, speedometers, and factory two-tone paint will add to the value of a Mustang motorcycle.

(Model years 1973 - 1935)

A10 PLUNGER
A10 RIGID
A7 PLUNGER
A7 RIGID
A7ST STAR TWIN PLUNGER
B31 ALLOY COMPETITION ENGINE
B31 PLUNGER
B31 RIGID
B32 ALLOY COMPETITION ENGINE
B32 PLUNGER
B32 PLUS GOLD STAR ENGINE
B32 RIGID
B33 ALLOY ENGINE OPTION
B33 PLUNGER
B33 RIGID
B34 ALLOY COMPETITION ENGINE
B34 PLUNGER
B34 PLUS GOLD STAR ENGINE
B34 RIGID
C10 RIGID
C11 DE LUXE
C11 RIGID
D1 BANTAM COMPETITION PLUNGER
D1 BANTAM COMPETITION PLUNGER, LUCAS
D1 BANTAM COMPETITION, LUCAS
D1 BANTAM COMPETITION, RIGID
D1 BANTAM PLUNGER, LUCAS
D1 BANTAM PLUNGER, WIPAC
D1 BANTAM RIGID, LUCAS
D1 BANTAM RIGID, WIPAC
GOLD STAR ZB32 350 CLUBMAN
GOLD STAR ZB32 350 ROAD
GOLD STAR ZB32 350 SCRAMBLER
GOLD STAR ZB34 500 CLUBMAN
GOLD STAR ZB34 500 ROAD
GOLD STAR ZB34 500 SCRAMBLER
M20 RIGID
M21 RIGID
M33 RIGID
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.