1961 BSA Goldstar Clubman 500

Super Low Millage, All Original, Garage Kept, Enthusiast Owne

$17,800

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THE ESSENTIALS

This clean, all original 1961 BSA Goldstar Clubman is in very good condition. This motorcycle comes from a private collection in the North Phoenix area. Everything on it works as it should and is in overall very good shape for its age. The 8,122 miles are original.

The photos do show cosmetic blemishes here and there, this is not in perfect condition. However, for someone looking for an original vintage motorcycle for further restoration or to simply ride and enjoy, this is a great example.

Some documentation is available, however we do not have a complete paper trail. This bike is best appreciated for what it is; an original vintage motorcycle in great working condition that’s ready to be enjoyed.

This BSA is available for inspection at our Phoenix showroom. For more information, contact Daniel at 917-890-4230 or at daniel@classicpromenade.com

1961 BSA Goldstar Clubman 500

$17,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
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LOCATION USA
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1961 BSA Goldstar Clubman 500
1961 BSA Goldstar Clubman 500

$17,800

Private Sales
VIN CB3210559
BODY STYLE Motorcycle
FUEL Gasoline
MILES 8,122
GEARBOX Mannual
EXT COLOR Blue
YEAR 1961
LOCATION Phoenix, AZ
Specification
ENGINE SIZE 500cc.0 L
ENGINE TYPE 1 Cylinder
PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 18

BSA motorcycles

Interesting Fact: Founded in 1919 and defunct in 1972, BSA Motorcycles was a British company that went bankrupt. During their peak production years, BSA (Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited) was responsible for manufacturing firearms, bicycles, cars, motorcycles, and more.   The late 1950s and 1960s proved to be the beginning of the end for this…
Interesting Fact: Founded in 1919 and defunct in 1972, BSA Motorcycles was a British company that went bankrupt. During their peak production years, BSA (Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited) was responsible for manufacturing firearms, bicycles, cars, motorcycles, and more.   The late 1950s and 1960s proved to be the beginning of the end for this company as poor management ran it into the ground. Additionally, BSA did not account for the improvement in Japanese manufacturing which resulted in many European producers going out of business. However, during their peak, motorcycles were officially added to the company’s lineup in 1910, and their entire production line sold out for the subsequent three years.   When World War II ended, the entire BSA factory was converted to a motorcycle manufacturing factory due to the high demand. Despite the fact that the company went under, they managed to produce 100,000 models before they went bankrupt. This rich history and reliable quality makes BSA Motorcycles a trusted brand on the vehicles that are still left on the roads!  

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