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dendawn

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BSA A10
« on: 14.07. 2010 14:54 »
Had bsa a10 in my shed for 38 years year 1961 thinking of rebuilding, frame oilbox toolbox engine gearbox ok,wheels very rusty have no mudguards handlebars or seat, have tank but wrong badge for year.will i have problems with rebuild on missing parts many thanks, MAZZER
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Offline A10Boy

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Re: BSA A10
« Reply #1 on: 14.07. 2010 17:37 »
Hi, Not if you sell it to me... *smile*

Seriously, you can get most parts very easily, new tanks and mudguards are available now.

Go ahead and enjoy your rebuild.
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Re: BSA A10
« Reply #2 on: 14.07. 2010 17:43 »
Mazzer,

Welcome, welcome.

Borrowing from the current text slang, OMG! I wish that was my shed. As far as parts go, you will ultimately find what you need. If and when you need sources, you can readily ask here or use the "Search" tab to  find topics of interest, like, "Mudguard  Front" (without the quotes). I tested this example and there are three pages with this combination of words.

If 38 years in the shed, did you own it before that? If so, you might be in the running for the "Owned His Bike the Longest" award, which, I think, is our membership saying "well, that's cool."

Richard L.
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Re: BSA A10
« Reply #3 on: 15.07. 2010 00:25 »
welcome mazzer
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Re: BSA A10
« Reply #4 on: 15.07. 2010 09:07 »
Welcome Mazzer,
                             that means she was only ten when she was locked up. Should be good mechanically. Same age as me (oh bother).
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