1966 BSA Spitfire MK II

1966 BSA Spitfire

Price: US $9,000.00
Item location: East Calais, Vermont, United States
Make: BSA
Model: Spitfire
SubModel: MK II
Type: Classic BSA Motorcycle
Year: 1966
Mileage: 240
Color: Red/White
Engine size: 654
Vehicle Title: Clear

1966 BSA Spitfire MK II FOR SALE

(The Bomb from Birmingham) [1]. 2]


The BSA Spitfire MKII was the first in a trend from motorcycles characterized as basic transportation toward a high-performance sporting model. In 1966 England the motorcycling interests centered on the big displacement ?€?road burner?€? bikes of which the super-sports BSA Spitfire MKII is a prime example.



Frame Number: A50C 2120

Engine Number: A65S 10533

Engine Displacement: 654CC

Carburation: AMAL R300; AMAL R930

BHP: 55

Boyer Electronic Ignition

Smiths Tachometer and 150 MPH Speedometer rebuilt by Nisonger Instruments-January 2014.

Front Wheel: Borrani 19x2/12 Record with Metzler 3. 25x19 54H Tire

Real Wheel: Borrani WM 3-18 Record with Metzler 4. 00x18 64V Tire

Original fiberglass fuel tank refurbished. sealed with Caswell sealant and hydro tested February 2014. (Running only unleaded premium fuel)

Fuel tank and side covers painted and pinstriped July 2014.

New Battery April 2014

LED Tail Light Array

Frame Powder Coated 2002.

Less than 3K miles on the engine rebuild 2002 completed by Job Cycle. Uncasville CT USA

Price includes a spare alloy fuel tank

Possess all paperwork/invoices regarding completed engine rebuild and all other service related work including:


Powder Coat:


Top and Lower tree

Foot Pegs

Side Stand

Center Stand

Battery Tray

Lower Fork Legs

Brake Pedal

Rear Fender Support



Engine Rebuild


Wristpin Bushings

Rod Bearings

Kick-start Ratchet

Piston Rings

Oil Sump Filter

Clutch Rollers



Cadmium Plating

Aluminum Polishing

Boyer Electronic Ignition

Drive Sprocket




Shown at the Greenwich. CT Concours d?€™Elegance



Frame-New Parts


Fork Tubes & Seals

Fork Springs

Rear Fender Support

Swingarm Bushings


[1] Road Test Article from Cycle World. nbsp; June 1966


[2] http://www. motorcyclemojo. com/2013/06/spitfire/

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