BSA 1929 Waysider


covers 1.74 hp, 2.49 de luxe, 3.49 SV, 3.49 OHV, 3.49 Super Sports, 4.93 SV, 4.93 OHV Sloper, 5.57 SV, 7.70 light twin, 7.70 twin deluxe, 8.86 twin de luxe, 9.56 Colonial. Round Tank. BSA Sidecars No. 6, 7, 7a, 9C, 15, 11, 10A, Tradesman’s Light Box, Tradesman’s Box Carrier

I. Various BSA mounts

II Registration, Driving Licence and Equipment           Feedback ‘Great Thankyou, with quick postage and very good packaging.’

III Driving  IV How the Engine Works

V Mechanical Details of the BSA VII Running Costs

VIII Touring  IX Faults: Their Location and remedy

X Legal Matters XI Buying and Selling an Old Mount

XII Useful Information   Index

142 pages, 69 photos and a useful list of engine and frame numbers 1914-1927

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The Book of the BSA 1929 by Waysider published by Pitman.
Now reprinted by classimotorcyclemanuals Paperback

142 pages 70 Diagrams and photos Plus  useful list of engine and frame numbers 1914-1927
18 cm x 12 cm

Weight 99 g
Dimensions 18 × 12 × 5 cm


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