1959 | BSA B 31

 

EUR 7'500 JPY 961'125 BGN 14'668 CZK 190'988 DKK 55'783 GBP 6'247 HUF 2'847'000 PLN 35'960 RON 37'118 SEK 80'170 CHF 7'685 ISK 1'065'000 NOK 73'948 HRK 56'752 RUB 879'008 TRY 116'632 AUD 11'524 BRL 43'198 CAD 10'618 CNY 52'846 HKD 65'426 IDR 120'250'200 ILS 27'114 INR 633'761 KRW 10'069'500 MXN 171'418 MYR 35'102 NZD 12'363 PHP 429'712 SGD 11'362 THB 273'788 ZAR 129'109

 

BSA B 31

BSA B 31

BSA B 31

BSA B 31

BSA B 31

BSA B 31

BSA B 31

BSA B 31
BSA B 31
BSA B 31
BSA B 31
BSA B 31
BSA B 31
BSA B 31
1959 | BSA B 31

EUR 7'500 JPY 961'125 BGN 14'668 CZK 190'988 DKK 55'783 GBP 6'247 HUF 2'847'000 PLN 35'960 RON 37'118 SEK 80'170 CHF 7'685 ISK 1'065'000 NOK 73'948 HRK 56'752 RUB 879'008 TRY 116'632 AUD 11'524 BRL 43'198 CAD 10'618 CNY 52'846 HKD 65'426 IDR 120'250'200 ILS 27'114 INR 633'761 KRW 10'069'500 MXN 171'418 MYR 35'102 NZD 12'363 PHP 429'712 SGD 11'362 THB 273'788 ZAR 129'109

 

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Thijs Lempens

Yesterdays

Beschreibung

BSA’s rugged, workaday B31 was manufactured from 1945 to the end of 1959, its overhead-valve engine providing the basis for the renowned Gold Star sports roadster.
At the time of its introduction, the B31 was BSA’s sole all-new model, joining the lightweight ‘C’ and heavyweight ‘M’ ranges carried over from pre-war days.
Produced initially with rigid frame and telescopic front fork, the B31 gained (optional) plunger rear suspension in 1949 and an all-new swinging-arm frame in ’54.
A good all-round performer by the standards of its time, the B31 could cruise comfortably all day at 60mph while returning 75-plus miles per gallon, virtues that endeared it to private owners and police forces alike.
“The Motor Cycle” published a 1000-mile road test of the B31 in its August 23, 1956 issue and commented favourably on its steering and roadholding qualities, and concluded that the B31 was ”an attractive model for the rider who wants a lively, economical, easy-to-handle all-rounder but who is not insistent on a ultra-high maximum speed.”
The former owner decided to tackle that last point: the bore was enlarged to create a cubic capacity of 440cc, a Triumph 750 piston and Mikuni carb were fitted and the original B31 cams were exchanged for “Gold Star” touring cams.
The Inlet valve is a B33 type and the Lucas ignition has been exchanged for a Beck electronic unit.
Both Smiths speedo and rev counter are electronic too.
Looks and weight are improved by the fitting of aluminium mudguards; the alu rims are Akront items.
This Goldstarized B31 is in fine condition throughout and ready for the road.

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