BSA cars were build between 1907 – 1939. Is it possible that she could be one of the last cars made by BSA? They have a very advanced design, independent front suspension, coupled with front wheel drive. Road reports at the time say that “these cars are very stable and corner exceptionally well “. This car, being the series 6, has the benefit of a three-bearing crank shaft engine. She also has the correct 1939 radio which has updated workings installed i.e. FM etc., plus positive to negative ground conversion by Spritespot.com, and has the original 1939 road tax disc with the old buff logbook. This is possibly the best BSA 2-seater sports of 1939 vintage to be offered anywhere. She comes finished in bright red with maroon trim and black hood and side screens and excellent chrome. At some time she has undergone a complete body off restoration. (We are trying to obtain documentation to support this) NB YOU REALLY NEED TO SEE THIS CLASSIC CAR – SHE IS A BEAUTY – photocopy of handbook and loads of technical data which will keep you happy for months.
Condition: 1 Estimated sale price: £12,500 – £17,500