BSA 1925 557 cc “ model H “ side valve single combination engine# H 3715
By the end of the 1924 sales season BSA had sold more than 26,000 machines in a twelve month period so their claim: “ one in four is a B.S.A. “ was fully justified. At the Olympia Show in November 1924 the 1925 range was shown: no les than 12 basic models, all of which could be ordered with alternative specifications.
Seven types of sidecars were available.
The model H was the biggest single, suitable for sidecar work.
It was fitted with a simple and robust engine, made for reliability and longevity.
This charming older restoration is a good runner and is equipped with full acetylene lighting and bulb horn.