BSA Bantam D14B – 1968 Restored Motorcycle

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BSA Bantam D14B – 1968

Year: 1968
Gears: Four-speed manual
Manufacturer: BSA
Start Type: Kick start
Model: D14B
Drive Type: Chain
Colour: Blue
Mileage: 4,496
Engine Size: 175

Restored BSA Bantam D14B 1968.

This has rare matching engine and frame numbers and a low mileage of 4496.

The engine has been completely rebuilt

The following was completed during the restoration –

Powder coated frame

New carb

New coil

New exhaust and fishtail

New wiring loom

All new cables

New shocks

New wheel rims with stainless spokes

New brake shoes

New avon tyres

New headstock bearing

New wheel bearings

New throttle control and grips

New HT lead, coil, points, plugs etc

New chain and sprockets

Refurbished forks

Chrome on tank is A1,

New swingarm bushes

This is a superb example of a great little bike.

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