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[[Image:1962-BSA-A10.jpg|right|thumb|1962 BSA A10]]
 
[[Image:1962-BSA-A10.jpg|right|thumb|1962 BSA A10]]
The '''Birmingham Small Arms Company''' (BSA) was for most of it's life Britain's largest motorcycle manufacturer.  After World War 2 it became the largest in the world, producing over 75,000 bikes a year in some years of the 1950s.  BSA did well in post war economy and was involved in producing guns, taxi-cabs and metal plate.  BSA had even taken over the marquees of [[Ariel]] and [[Sunbeam]]
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The '''Birmingham Small Arms Company''' (BSA) was for most of it's life Britain's largest [[motorcycle]] manufacturer.  After World War 2 it became the largest in the world, producing over 75,000 bikes a year in some years of the 1950s.  BSA did well in post war economy and was involved in producing guns, taxi-cabs and metal plate.  BSA had even taken over the marquees of [[Ariel]] and [[Sunbeam]]
  
  

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1962 BSA A10

The Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) was for most of it's life Britain's largest motorcycle manufacturer. After World War 2 it became the largest in the world, producing over 75,000 bikes a year in some years of the 1950s. BSA did well in post war economy and was involved in producing guns, taxi-cabs and metal plate. BSA had even taken over the marquees of Ariel and Sunbeam


1966 BSA A65 Lightning Clubman


1959 BSA C15


1949 BSA D1 Bantam


1960 BSA Gold Star DBD34


1921 BSA Model E


1969 BSA Rocket 3


1930 BSA Sloper



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