BSA Bantam – 1968 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer : BSA      Year :

BSA Bantam – 1968

Year: 1968
Manufacturer: BSA
Model: Bantam D1
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 175
Gears: Four-speed manual
Start Type: Kick start
Drive Type: Chain

Restored 1968 BSA Bantam Motorcycle.

This bike was stripped and fully restored.

The frame was re-painted.

The wheel rims were painted and fitted with new spokes.

The front and rear suspension was rebuilt with new seals and oil.

The petrol tank was resprayed in the original red.

The engine was stripped, checked and rebuilt.

The barrel was re-enamelled and the head was bead blasted.

New parts fitted include:

Handlebars,

Levers,

Grips,

Throttle cable,

Fuel line,

Spark plug cap,

Seat,

Exhaust down pipe,

A great restored BSA Bantam Motorcycle.

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