1930 BSA gold star

Discussion in 'Show Us Your Bit On The Side' started by vinnyboy, Mar 19, 2017.

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  3. Not mine, but my mother turned 70 on Friday. Today she turns up in this. Mint condition. Been up to 50 mph :eek:
     
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  4. Good work, your mum!!!
     
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  5. Crazy but funny.
     
  6. Terrordales

    Terrordales Nightshift Mod

    It belongs to your Mum?
     
  7. that looks lovely, well done to your Mum!

    My Dad has a 1963 Gold Star tucked away in his garage.
     
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  8. ..and her husband. They have a few old bikes and travel around all summer to different shows. This is the latest edition.
     
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  9. Love it, bloody love it, long live classics on two and four wheels....we really did build some great stuff back then.....what the hell went wrong !
     
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  10. Don't forget 3 wheels lol
     
  11. Nice. Is that something you could get in to? They seem to take a lot of tinkering. More than busses.
     
  12. I would be tempted with having a bike, Ive got my licence, I would love an old, ~1977 Kawasaki Z650 though.

    I'll see if there are any photo's of the BSA :D
     
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  13. My dad always had Vincent's, hence my name. I can't remember, but got a few photos of me as a baby sitting on them. They'd be worth a fortune now.
     
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  14. Merlin Cat

    Merlin Cat Moderator

    Your mum is a bit of a legend :)
     
  15. Funny that Mork, our last ride was a 1976 Z Kawasaki 750 A4 in green with yellow pin stripe, boy do I wish we still had it, no pictures though.....we love it, restored it back to stock.......pipes were £1000 the pair..ouch
     
  16. I started riding on a borrowed 1977 Z650, lots of torque which was good as I didn't know what gear I was in:) No CBT then, just learners permit and insurance and give it a go on the open road!!!!
     

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