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Re: BSA Police Bike's
« Reply #15 on: 29.11. 2017 07:20 »
And the concentration on the face  *lol*
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Re: BSA Police Bike's
« Reply #16 on: 29.11. 2017 07:34 »
Speaking of Concentration,Faces, Police bikes  I was talking about a T140 that was similar to the one in "Officer and a Gentleman" and how Triumph had a marketing deal with the movie, (2 bikes were purchased from a Seattle dealer/shop I knew) but I recomended they check out Coogan's Bluff with Clint Eastwood, as there is a LOT of Triumph footage in that movie, and Clint is a Arizona Sheriff in New York city chasing a LSD deranged criminal and some great chase scenes on Triumphs.
But here is a bike that never actually existed,, Triumph San Francisco PD bikes,  In the movie most of the Police bikes were Guzzi I think, but at the end he drives a bike off the end of an Aircraft carrier in to the NorCal bay and its the Triumph that goes for a swim.  (Only tangible BSA content, sorry)

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Re: BSA Police Bike's
« Reply #17 on: 29.11. 2017 14:20 »
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Re: BSA Police Bike's
« Reply #18 on: 29.11. 2017 15:03 »
you would think the ski set up would be very hard on the frame. But its still pretty cool they used them in the winter at all.

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Re: BSA Police Bike's
« Reply #19 on: 01.12. 2017 16:26 »
Here's an A10 Plunger cop-sicle period BSA ad.

Looks like no tank mounted radio stuff but rather side rack radio and rear mounted antenna

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Re: BSA Police Bike's
« Reply #20 on: 01.12. 2017 16:46 »
More A10 Police.

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Re: BSA Police Bike's
« Reply #21 on: 01.12. 2017 17:44 »
A10 Plunger with radio gear


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