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BSA ZB32 350 Trials 1948

We are proud to offer this outstanding BSA ZB32 350 Trials up for sale, a very rare motorcycle with an interesting history and extensive file of maintenance and restoration carried out over the years. Here are some of the highlights listed.

The engine has new big end bearings fitted and a Gold star piston.

The Magneto and the Dynamo have been rebuilt with new pick-ups and armatures.

A new electronic regulator, reconditioned cloth covered wiring harness.

Amal Concentric carb fitted.

The Frame has been stripped to bare metal primed and painted in 2 pac paint.

The gearing can be lowered further for competition use as there is a smaller final drive sprocket included in the sale.

After World War 2 BSA were quick to restart production of civilian machines and as early as August 1945 BSA announced a four model programme. An all-new machine within that range was the ZB31. an overhead valve single of 350cc capacity with a rugged design. The ZB32 announced early in 1946 was the competition version of that ZB31 bike with an all-new sporting appearance. high level exhaust system and much chrome plating. The new B32 Competition was tested off-road by Motor Cycling magazine. emerging with flying colours. The model remained in production from 1947 to 1957.

The bike was exported to India as part of a batch in 1948 to be used by a construction company, the batch was returned to England in 1955 where it was refurbished and registered. The most recent refurb with the highlights listed above was around 2012 plenty of paperwork to back this up in the file.

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