BSA 350, 441 & 500
The Essential Buyer's Guide
C15, C25, B40, B44, B50 Gold Star, B50T Victor Trail & derivatives
So what's inside the book?
1958 - 1973 bikes
A no-nonsense, straightforward guide to buying a unit single BSA
Includes guide prices for spare parts
Lists each models relative value
Detailed guide to purchasing, with points to look for
Advice on buying by auction
Should you restore, or pay more to start with?
Shows problems caused by lack of use
BSA 350 & 500 singles facts & figures
Useful contacts, including clubs, parts suppliers, and restorers
Describes the realities of living with a BSA unit single
Simple, reliable, economical and "affordable"; that's how most of the classic bike world view these 350cc, 441cc and 500cc BSA unit singles. But you have to know exactly what's what before you spend your hard-earned cash. Why? Because there are one or two dogs out there at barking prices. However, there are also plenty of good, strong, well-priced BSA unit singles packed with fun and capable of covering thousands of miles without significant issues.
The trick is to know how to spot them.
This guide will get you acquainted with the nuts and bolts of these classic British motorcycles and will help you spot the pitfalls and thereby avoid them.
Peter Henshaw is your guide through these pagesand our advice is that you listen to what he has to say and so improve your chances of finding that special bike that's just right for you. Better to be wise before the event rather than after. Are we right?
plus P&P. UK £1. EU £4. World £5