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For Sale: 1956 BSA Motorcycle in Carnation, Washington

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Vehicle Description

1956 BSA M21 600cc Single One Lunger - Solid Original Bike.

Our '56 BSA M21 600cc "One Lunger" is a classic British bike in :Garage Find" condition. Imported into the USA from Australia about 20 years ago, it has sat in a collectors storage lockup waiting for restoration or a chance to get back on the road. Noticeable lack of rust.

Someone has started to prep the paint on gas and oil tanks for a planned repaint sometime in the past. Compression and appears to be nearly complete. We do have the front fender and Front Brake drum with shoes for the bike but not shown in photos. Sold on a notarized Bill of Sale - Lost Title sold represented for sale for Parts, Off road use or Racing.  Price: $3,495

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I can ship the car worldwide at affordable Prices. Email [Email Dealer] or call Jim Giordano at 001-425-985-4259

Located in Carnation, WA at Giordano''s Vintage Motors. We Buy, Sell, Consign and Trade Sports, Muscle, Collector Cars and Rods, Motorcycles, Parts and collectables. Come visit our indoor showroom or view our inventory online at www.giocars.com. As well as actively buying and trading vehicles, we welcome consigned vehicles, and offer low consignment sales commissions and no consignment fees, putting more money back in your pocket. We are experts at locating and appraising vehicles, and can help value your vehicle for insurance, estate settlement or in preparation for selling. We have hundreds of satisfied customers, and will work hard to earn your trust. You can visit our showroom at 4501 Tolt Avenue, Carnation, WA 98014. Or view our website at: www.giocars.com. You can email us or call Jim at 425-333-5600. We hope to hear from you! VIN posted at dealership.

The price for this vehicle as equipped does not include charges such as: License, Title, Registration Fees, State or Local Taxes, Finance Charges, Credit Investigation, Optional Credit Insurance, Physical Damage or Liability Insurance, Delivery Fees, or a negotiable $100 Documentary Service Fee. This website and Dealership makes no representations, expressed or implied, to any actual or prospective purchaser or owner of this vehicle as to the existence, ownership, accuracy, description or condition of this vehicle's listed equipment, accessories, price or any warranties. Any and all differences must be addressed prior to the sale of this vehicle.

Murray Barnard's writeup on the BSA M21 series bikes: " The M21 tested is a product of the immediate post-war motorcycling industry in that it shares the running gear of the war model WM20 despite being a claimed 1947 model. The pre-war appearance is the result of most motorcycle factories producing interim civilian models based on pre-war/war model designs before releasing their new post-war range in late 1947 and 1948.First though, a history lesson and then we ride the bike. Pleasure must accompany pain, although I'm not sure which process is the most painful. Again I'll assume that the reader is unfamiliar with the model, please bear with me all of you BSA side-valve fanatics.The M21 initially had a bore and stroke of 85mm x 105mm for a swept volume of 595cc. In 1938 it was brought into line with the M20 with a bore of 82mm and a 112mm stroke giving 591cc. A similar bore as the M20 turned the M21 into a long stroke version of the 500 and meant the factory could use common engine parts. The M21 still used heavier flywheels though, to provide the low rev pulling power needed for sidecar work.

 

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1193661
  • Price:$3,495
  • Location:Carnation, Washington
  • Year:1956
  • Make:BSA
  • Model:Motorcycle
  • Exterior Color:Maroon and Ivory
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:0
  • Stock Number: 56BSAM21600cc
  • Restoration History:Unrestored
  • Exterior Condition:Very Good
  • Seat Material:Vinyl
  • Engine History:Original