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Thanks to Andy Breeden for this picture taken at the Lone Star Motorcycle Museum at Vaderpool, Texas. It is basically a private collection of one man, Allan Johncock, originally from Australia. He needed somewhere to store his bikes, so he made a museum.

  • Manufacturer: BSA
  • Model: M20
  • Engine: 500cc Sidevalve
  • Year: 1937
  • Decade: 1930s
  • Machine Type: Road

One Response to “1937 BSA M20”

  1. charles crocco on March 5, 2020 @ 11:24 pm

    this is a fake, has 37-38 top handle bar mount (rubber mounts anti vibration) but rest of bike is civilianized wm20 with alloy head and 60s carb. bad to call this a 1937 m20 they are very rare, i know because i have one. should also have tank shift.

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