BSA C10 (1938)

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BSA C10 (1938)

Postby Krisjanis » Thu Jul 19, 2012 8:51 pm

Hello, all the BSA fans!
I am newbie in your forum and also in the world of english motorcycles. I am from Latvia and some months ago I got rusty BSA motorcycle.
https://plus.google.com/photos/107345392744227812994/albums/5750279774363035585/5750279874125749298
I found the serial numbers on engine and frame and identified that this is BSA C 10 (1938) with hand gear change, 250cc SV engine. I started to search for some information but.. no manuals, no spare part lists for '38 C10. Can anyone from this forum help me get this information? there are many parts missing and I don't know what excatly I have to look for.
Best regards, Krisjanis from LV
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Re: BSA C10 (1938)

Postby Tman » Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:29 am

Google "Bruce Main-Smith" he's the manuals man.
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Re: BSA C10 (1938)

Postby fido » Sat Jul 21, 2012 5:13 pm

Good luck with finding parts, not easy for pre-war machines.
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Re: BSA C10 (1938)

Postby Tman » Sat Jul 21, 2012 5:50 pm

Yep, he'd be adapting tinware etc, but Draganfly are pretty good for engine and gearbox stuff. They actually hold more parts than are shown on their web-site so are always worth an email especially if you have the part number.
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