Tuesday, January 28, 2014

1966 BSA Lightning - move up to a MAN's motorcycle

You're looking at the 1966 version of 1965's most successful big-engined motorcycle. Now the BSA Lightning has even more speed! New 1966 power-packed advancements include roller-bearing on crankshaft drive-side, larger intake valves, smoother shifting, and many new electrical features. Discover the great power of this 40 cubic inch twin with twin carburetors. Has a sensational top speed that doesn't slack off going up steepest hills. An exciting motorcycle with outstanding handling and powerful road-racing type brakes for quickest stops. Beautifully crafted in a finish of metallic red enamel, lavish use of chrome and polished alloy. Below: It took a BSA to win the World's Championship two years in a row! Jeff Smith won it in 1964, and again in 1965, on his BSA Victor 441. 1966 BSA Lightning Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com Digg It! Stumble Delicious Technorati Twitter Facebook
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