BSA Gold Star in Movies
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BSA Gold Star There is certainly a hint of BSA styling round the rear fender area but we can't see enough of the engine to be sure just which model. Let's watch it in the movie (and thanks to LVCDC to have time-tagged his pics!). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQvTpRoxqRE The exhaust pipe looks the same than this scrambler's: http://www.classic-british-motorcycles.com/1962-bsa-gold-star.html (I'd support '62 Gold Star.) A screenshot for the eternity ;-) Not sure it's always the same motorbike as he'll lost the headlight, the mudguard (I think) and will end with a cross tire ...
So, this is a Gold Star in the end, right? Now, for the year, between 61 and 62, I wouldn't say, neither for the engine capacity.
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BSA 500 Gold Star Mead & Tomkinson? http://www.b50.org/mead.htm
Yes, it seems the Gold Star you pointed Alessandro http://www.classicmotorcycles.org.uk/b50/b50_history.htm
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Jawa? Monocylindres quatre temps inconnus (injustement) en Europe de l'Ouest... I can't help it, but they look like Triumphs to me. Dimple on the tank seems remains of BSA badge. I guess this scrambler is based on BSA Goldstar (1953-57 by engine shape & black brake drum) Thank you Jun, for this and SHL bike! Maybe you can check the other SHL which I've listed, I'm not sure if the model is correct. /vehicle_63318-SHL-M11.html Thank you & you are right. The bike you've listed is M11
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860 WU Date of Liability 01 06 2014 Date of First Registration 10 11 1959 Year of Manufacture 1959 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 350cc Export Marker N Vehicle Colour BLACK