Britbikes abound in this month’s Small Ads in the magazine, so our ‘six of the best’ selection reflects that. We’ve Triumph twins and triples, a bargain BMW, and not one but two little snappers from BSA – all up for sale from our private adverts…
TRIUMPH TR6 TROPHY, 1967. MoT Aug, free tax, approx 19,400 miles. but cannot guarantee that. Only ever registered in the UK, still on its standard bore and pistons, matching engine/frame. £7500ono. 01622 632595 or 07731 953693, Kent
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BSA B25 BARRACUDA, 1970. Long MoT, V5C, recent engine rebuild by RTS racing products, electronic ignition, metal tank, wheels recently refurbished. Smart bike, starts, runs well. £2650 may px. 01328 700711, Norfolk
BSA BARRACUDA 250, 1967. Not completely original but refurbished after a long lay up. New clutch, kickstart gears, bearings, carb, rear tyre. Front rim tarnished. Easy starter, fresh MoT & tax. £2000 firm. 07543 572380
TRIUMPH TRIDENT T150, 1971. US spec. Rebuilt last winter: new clutch, carbs, electronic ignition, gearbox, fork seals. UK registered, J-plate. £8500. Mike, 07868 001560, Liverpool
AJS MODEL 20, 1955. Fitted new, unused 600cc engine. Good condition. £3000. 01455 637911, Leics, evenings
BMW K75, 1985. 79300 miles. MoT 11.11.17. 2 keys, Haynes manual, handbook. Poor starter, runs OK. SORN. £400. Watford 01923 675724
You’ll find stacks more classic bikes for sale in the June magazine, including a Sunbeam S8, Velocette Viceroy, Triumph Bonnie and a 3000 miles from new Moto Guzzi 750…
The descriptions are written by the vendors so obviously you should take all normal precautions before making a purchase: we recommend viewing in person whenever possible
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