1967 BSA C15
Auction 1st + 2nd April
Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000
Chassis number: C15G1874
This 1967 BSA, one of the last C15s built, has been completely rebuilt, with over £2500 of bills testifying to the work done. This includes new engine big end pistons, main bearings etc, with over £700 spent on parts alone. The frame has been powder-coated and there's new chrome plus new paint on the tank and mudguards. The bike was registered in July 1967 and has 22,473 miles showing on its odometer. There is no MoT; as an historic bike, the BSA no longer requires one; its last was in September 2017 at 21,621 miles. The bike's colour is noted as being changed from all-black to red and black in August 1978.
Paperwork accompanying the motorcycle includes the V5C, photos of the restoration, and various 21st century bills. There's also a Haynes workshop manual, starting procedure notes, owner's handbook, parts book and old pictures of the bike.