Military Bikes

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1944 BSA WM20 - Unrestored. Has mechanical work only.   Matchless G3L 1942, restored machine with fantastic paint and original tinware. Badged to 43d wessex division, recon unit, its in wartime finish with blackout and original convoy lamp. This is how the machine could have looked in 1944 this bike has done little since rebuild so will need usual careful running in period. A great machine to show and rde v5 registered. £6950.00   1940 BSA WM20 £5,850.00
1944 BSA WM20 - Unrestored
Has mechanical work only
Very Rare
Offers around £7,500.00
  Matchless G3L 1942
Restored with fantastic paint & original tinware
£6,950.00
  1944 BSA WM20
Good condition.
Rides well and straight.
£6,250.00
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1945 Triumph 3HW £6,250.00   1941 BSA WM20 £7,250.00   1944 Matchless G3L £5,850.00
1945 Triumph 3HW
£6,250.00
  1941 BSA WM20
£7,250.00
  1944 Matchless G3L
£5,850.00
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Late 1930’s early WW2 sidecar, complete. Similar to those used by R.A.F and other units.   1943 Matchless G3L £5,950.00   2012 Mark II, Series I, Replica WELBIKE £5,350.00
Late 1930’s early WW2 sidecar

£1200.00
  1943 Matchless G3L
£5,950.00
  2012 Mark II, Series I,
Replica WELBIKE
£5,350.00
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BSA WM20 1940 fantastic bike, very original, great engine, carb, mag, dynamo and reg rebuilt. Rides well. 2 div anti malaria unit. India and burma 1943 in earth colour range paint. V5 registered. Price: 6,950.00    
1940 BSA WM-20
Fantastic bike, very original
£6,950.00
   
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Disclaimer:
All genuine parts on these bikes are over 70 years old. The description and images provided in no way guarantee the safety of any engines, gearboxes, mechanical or any parts in actual use. It is the responsibility of the buyer to satisfy themselves that the machine is safe for it’s intended use.
         
We also have a separate page - breaking spares for BSA WM20 - Click here for parts currently available