And if this is your first visit to Strike Lightning you are about to learn how our motorcycle classifieds work. It’s really very simple and not nearly as interesting as learning what BSA stands for but if you are shopping for a new motorcycle or have one for sale, you will have something that will probably be a lot more useful than motorcycle trivia.
SELL YOUR BSA MOTORCYCLE
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Click below to see more USED MOTORCYCLE CLASSIFIED ADS from other visitors to this page...
1966 BSA Victor for Sale
1970 BSA Lightning Parts for Sale
BSA Lightning Thunderbolt Exhaust Pipes and Headers
1970 BSA Bobber for Sale
1967 BSA 441 Victor
1966 BSA Rickman for Sale Not rated yet
1951 BSA 350cc Motorcycle for Sale - Competely Restored Not rated yet
1965 BSA Chopper for Sale Not rated yet
1968 BSA Firebird Chopper Not rated yet
1968 BSA Chopper for Sale Not rated yet
Boxes of BSA Motorcycle Parts for Sale Not rated yet
1968 BSA VICTOR 441 SPECIAL Not rated yet
1971 BSA Thunderbolt for Sale Not rated yet
1966 BSA Lightning Motorcycle Parts Not rated yet
BSA MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE
When you find one of the BSAs that interests you, read the classified to see if the seller says how they would prefer to be contacted. Sometimes they want you to call and leave a phone number and other times they want to be emailed so read the instructions they leave at the end of their ad.
If they say they want to be emailed but you see no address, all you have to do is click on the COMMENTS link found at the bottom of the classified ad. A form will pop up where you can ask questions, make offers, requests and leave your own contact information so they can get back in touch with you.
When you finish writing your e-mail you will press the button to submit it and then the seller will in return respond in whatever way you specified IF he or she still has the used BSA for sale that you were inquiring after. Sellers are asked to let us know when they no long have their BSA for sale but sometimes they don’t do is they are told so don’t get all mad at me if they don’t email or call you back.
SELLING YOUR BSA MOTORCYCLE
The first step is to write a detailed description of your BSA motorcycle for sale using decent grammar (PLEASE DON’T TYPE IN CAPS and spell check your ad). List as many details as possible including the year it was manufactured, any upgraded parts and accessories that you may have added during your ownership (and any factory parts that you kept that will come for the asking price), plus any helmets, saddlebags or gear that you are including in the deal.
THEN, you should take some flattering pictures of the BSA motorcycle for sale to show it to best advantage not camouflage any flaws. You can upload as many as four pictures of your BSA (or just one if you think that will do the trick). If you are super confident the bike’s going to sell, you can even skip this step completely but if you do you should expect to get lots of questions from potential buyers that want to know why there are no pictures on your classified!
When you are finished you will then preview your ad to see if it looks like you want it to and then you can push the button to submit it.
THEN a box will pop up after the preview and you should indicate that you would prefer to ONLY to get comments when potential buyers comment unless you want to hear about EACH and EVERY motorcycle for sale in Strike Lightning’s classifieds.
Here’s some reading that should interest you if you would like to know more fun stuff about BSA motorcycles:
List of all BSA models manufactured from way back in the 1930's until the end of the marque in the 1970s.