BSA A10: which to choose? Gallery
The 646cc BSA A10 made its bow for the 1950 season, in a not unexpected act designed to counter the success of the Triumph Thunderbird. Like the Thunderbird, the Beesa went for one colour; while the Triumph was blue, the BSA was a beige colour, leading to the name Golden Flash - admittedly, more a ring to it than Beige Flash
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