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  • ‘60 BSA Super Rocket bobber…

    New guy here, just wanted to post a pic of my recently re-acquired Beezer. I originally bought this bike for $50 in 1975, completely disassembled in boxes as a friend’s failed attempt at building a “chopper”. I gathered some parts and built into a “cafe racer” in which iteration it remained until 2003 when I traded it to my oldest friend for an “ironhead” Sportster. My buddy has a custom bike shop called “Hawgpen Cycles” where he mostly builds Harleys. Eventually he transformed the BSA into this gorgeous bobber that you see here. He hand fabricated the springer front end, hardtail, and built an oil tank out of a cut down fire extinguisher…

    The “before picture was taken around 1984, the “after” pic was taken yesterday…Click image for larger version

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    nice, looks like your buddy built a fine BSA chop. What year is that engine?

    Got any more shots ot that fine lookin' springer? a few different angles and closer?

    this may be of interest; BSA A7-A10 forum:
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      The bike and engine are a 1960 Super Rocket. Click image for larger version

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ID:	1324337 The bike behind the BSA is my ‘75 Sportster…


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