1956 BSA (CB32) Goldstar
With a recent nut and bolt restoration by world renowned BSA Goldstar expert Len Haggis at a cost of over £14K, this bike is simply stunning.
This Goldie, in clubman trim, is not built just for show, it is a fully functioning motorcycle that rides as good as it looks.
It has spent the last number of years in a private collection and this represents a very unique opportunity to purchase an iconic piece of motorcycling history.
These bikes in this condition don’t come onto the market very often
.For the majority of enthusiasts, the 500cc DBD34 in Clubman’s trim is the epitome of the ‘Goldie’. The DBD, the ultimate road going 500 Gold Star, appeared in 1956 when the famous RRT2 close-ratio gearbox and 190mm front brake became standard equipment.
Today the Gold Star remains one of the most highly sought after post-war British motorcycles and is supported by a most enthusiastic owners club
Frame number: CB32-59**
Engine number: DBD34.GS.24**