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BSA Bantam D7 Gallery

The BSA Bantam was manufactured in various models from the first D1 in 1948 through the D3, D7, D10, D14/4, to the final B175. They were used by the AA, GPO, Police and some Government Departments. Production ceased in 1972.

1959 BSA Bantam D7 BSA Bantam D7

As well as making the legendary Gold Star 4-stroke single, which was successful both as a cafe racer for the road as well as a popular steed for the Clubmans TT on the IOM, their Bantam 2-stroke singles of 125cc and 175cc capacity proved to be a great hit with commuters.

1960 BSA Bantam D7 1960 BSA Bantam D7 175cc, 3 speed.
1961 BSA Bantam Super D7 BSA Bantam Super D7
1961 BSA Bantam D7 175cc BSA BANTAM D7 175cc 1961
1962 BSA Bantam D7 1962 BSA Bantam D7  
1962 BSA Bantam D7 BSA Bantam D7

BSA introduced a revised version of the largest capacity Bantam in 1959. The D7 featured a new pivoted fork frame with welded construction and revised styling that reflected that of the larger machines in the range. The engine remained essentially the same as the previous D5 powerplant, although an additional cover was added to the timing side which cleaned up the appearance and protected the clutch adjuster.

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1963 BSA Bantam Super D7 BSA Bantam Super D7  
1965 BSA Bantam D7 Super BSA Bantam D7 Super  
1966 BSA Bantam D7 De Luxe 1966 BSA Bantam D7 De Luxe non-standard yellow.
1966 BSA Bantam D7 BSA Bantam D7  
1966 BSA Bantam D7 1966 BSA Bantam D7  

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