O.I.F B25/B50: The Incomplete Guide. 3rd Edition

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O.I.F B25/B50: The Incomplete Guide. 3rd Edition

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O.I.F B25/B50: The Incomplete Guide. 3rd Edition

If you have ever wondered why your electrics box appears not to sit correctly, or perhaps why the front mudguard of your bike looks a little awkward, and what colour it and the other painted parts should be, then the 'O.I.F. B25/B50 : The Incomplete Guide' will give you the answers to these and many other queries.

Dealing exclusively with cycle parts (always the most muddled aspect of these machines) the book's 20 chapters cover the likes of frames, exhausts, side panels, instruments etc, as well as comprehensively featuring relevant sales literature and manuals. Spanning all the 1971-1974 Oil-in-Frame B25, T25, B50 and TR5MX models, and in full colour, this 130 page book is printed on A5 high quality 120g paper. Being non-profit making, the price at £20 (+ P&P) is as low as it can be, this being what it actually costs to make each copy !

If interested in purchasing a book, please contact Brad Jones at harlech70@aol.com
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Available again. Following several requests I've had a short run of the Incomplete Guide printed up which now contains new info on the Fleetstar and B50/TR5MX production figures - amongst other things. If interested in a copy either go to http://www.bsa1971.com where purchase info and book details can be found, ebayuk, or PM me. Price is £24 + P&P.
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Just received my copy of the Fourth Edition by snail mail today. Thanks very much Brad. Made myself a brew <213 , picked it up and started reading and I reckon that will be me settled in for the night now. <018 It was either that or pull the head and barrel on the motor but that can wait, so far the book is far more interesting than undoing a few fasteners.
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I waded through my copy in a long evening sat cover at work. Very informative, and well worth the cover price. <200
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