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Offline fearie

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Wanted - BSA a10 plunger project
« on: 29.05. 2019 11:50 »
Hi! I am looking for plunger a10. Any condition is fine for me.
Best regards!
Poland
My bikes:
BSA A10 1951 plunger - project
SHL M11 1963
SHL M17 1969
Junak M10 1964
Velocette LE200 1955
Pannonia T5 with Duna sidecar 1968
Simson 425S 1959

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Re: Wanted - BSA a10 plunger project
« Reply #1 on: 29.05. 2019 20:50 »
G'day fearie.  *welcome*
I think your the 1st polish member. Go to introductions and tell us your story. I see you have a few on your blog page.
Does wanting a plunger A10 mean your other project has stalled?
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Re: Wanted - BSA a10 plunger project
« Reply #2 on: 29.05. 2019 21:52 »
Hi!
I will write introduction post tomorrow. I am looking for another project for my dad since he has fallen in love when saw my A10.
Poland
My bikes:
BSA A10 1951 plunger - project
SHL M11 1963
SHL M17 1969
Junak M10 1964
Velocette LE200 1955
Pannonia T5 with Duna sidecar 1968
Simson 425S 1959

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Re: Wanted - BSA a10 plunger project
« Reply #3 on: 29.05. 2019 23:45 »
Well it would appear logistics could be a problem but not an insurmountable problem.  I am on the west coast US and have one, I did a lot of work putting the parts on it and got side tracked from completing it, However I could be talked into selling.

Mine was incomplete but secured most of the parts for it, Still needs fenders if you want to restore but have some Norton valanced fenders I was going to use on it. (Similar style)

I have a weird friend in Germany who usually visits 1 sometimes 2x a year and ships back motorcycles.  You can find him at Vetterama (The big German swap meet-autojumble)  I wont post all his secrets online but he has a reasonable method to export and deal with customs, taxs and ports of shipment and entry.

PM me if you want more details (Bike or the weird people I associate with)

The Bike is a 52 I think, and good resto candidate, or could be built into a "Hot Flash" and I have the parts to do so.
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