BSA ad

By: chesshirecat

Feb 16 2009

Category: BSA, retro sales ad

1 Comment

BSA ad, originally uploaded by krugerin50.

Read this ad! It says “Move up to a MAN’S motorycle,”
Lordy, Lordy…I got a real smile out of that! I loved British bikes…and I still have a warm spot in my heart for them…ahhh memories….


One comment on “BSA ad”

  1. I do not have any posters as my friend but I do have National Geographic Mags from the 30’s to the 50’s that have the ads. In my retirement and the off season I’ve swore to cut them out frame them and sell them It’s not a motorcycle one but I knows there is an ad for the Tucker and I’ve read it’s worth some $$$

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