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The '''BSA DBD34''' was a [[motorcycle]] more commonly known as the BSA '''Gold Star'''.
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The Gold Star first arrived in the years leading up to the Second World War, originally designated the [[BSA M24|M24]]. It was based on BSA's sporting Empire Star model, and took its name from the award given to those riders who lapped the Brooklands circuit at over 100mph.
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==1958==
 
==1958==
 
[[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-0.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-1.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-2.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-3.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-4.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-5.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-6.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]]
 
[[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-0.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-1.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-2.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-3.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-4.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-5.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]][[Image:1958-BSA-DBD34-Goldstar-Silver-1093-6.jpg|left|thumb|1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver]]

Revision as of 13:18, 31 May 2010

The BSA DBD34 was a motorcycle more commonly known as the BSA Gold Star.


The Gold Star first arrived in the years leading up to the Second World War, originally designated the M24. It was based on BSA's sporting Empire Star model, and took its name from the award given to those riders who lapped the Brooklands circuit at over 100mph.


1958

1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver
1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver
1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver
1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver
1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver
1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver
1958 BSA DBD34 Goldstar in Silver



1960

1960 BSA Gold Star DBD34
1960 BSA Goldstar in Silver
1960 BSA Goldstar in Silver
1960 BSA Goldstar in Silver