1942 Bsa M20, Lots Of Patina, But Rides Perfectly! Very Cool
Fantastic Riding! 1942 BSA M20 Frame number WM20 69829 Engine number B190MS The creation of one of the British motorcycle industry's most prolific and talented designers, Val Page, BSA's new single-cylinder range debuted in 1937. Intended mainly for the sidecar man, the sidevalve model, the 496cc M20 came with rigid frames, girder forks and four-speed, hand-change gearboxes. Ruggedly built and endowed with copious low-speed pulling power, both models were highly successful in their intended role...
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