1970 BSA 441 Victor Special
This 1970 BSA 441 Victor Special is perhaps one of the most original and best documented examples available anywhere.
Extracted from it's original military lieutenant's basement last week, it has been in dry storage since the early/mid 1970's. This bike is factory original down to its tires and brakes, and sale includes every part, tool and document ever associated with its delivery/importation, ownership and service (including original bill of lading, shipping container placard, original quote inquiry and military correspondences surrounding the on-base motorcycle ban)--over 100 documents in total. Includes hand-built wooden service and storage stand.
Imported new to a military base in Iceland by its current owner, this BSA was shelved upon assembly after a base-wide motorcycle ban was implemented by the location commander. Once it's purchaser returned state-side, the bike was ridden for a short while in Massachusetts before it was again placed in storage, where it remained until late last week. This motorcycle retains its original 1974 Massachusetts plate, and sale includes a clean title of the same period.
A true museum piece with a great back story, this is the BSA that you've been waiting for to add to your collection. A better example of a period BSA simply will not be found.
Asking negotiable $15,000. All reasonable offers considered.
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