BSA A65 Lightning – 1966 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer : BSA      Year :

BSA A65 Lightning – 1966

Make: BSA
Engine Size: 650
Model: lightning
Colour: Red
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick

Restored 1966 BSA A65 Lightning Motorcycle.

This bike was completely stripped and rebuilt by a professional.

The engine was taken apart and rebuilt with:

New pistons.

Piston rings.

Bearings and seals.

The Crank was checked and the sump cleaned.

The wheel rims were checked to be true, chromed and re-spoked with polished stainless spokes.

The tank was chromed, painted & hand striped.

The front & rear mudguards were re-chromed.

The chain guard, handle bars & rear seat bracket were re-chromed.

All of the nuts and bolts were plated.

New rear shocks were fitted.

The frame & all black parts were powder coated.

A very nice BSA A65 Lighting Motorcycle.

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