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Goldern Flash

 

 

Often the Goldern Flash was a means of transport and worked hard. During the 50’s it was usual to sustain minor knocks and wear damage meant a number of items were usually replaced with non-original parts as one might expect. Maintenance was minimal and lack of it was ultimately the reason for the bike going out of regular use in the early 60’s. Engine and gearbox re-assembly was simply ‘the reverse of disassembly’ as they say in all the workshop manuals – dream on. Nonetheless, although time consuming, the BSA engine goes together quite well and proved fairly trouble free, time will tell if there are any hidden gremlins.

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