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1934 BSA R 34-4

1934 BSA R 34-4 in Once a Jolly Swagman, Movie, 1949 IMDB

Class: Bikes, Road — Model origin: UK

1934 BSA R 34-4

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Alessandro58 CH

2018-06-16 17:59

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the sad biker UK

2018-06-16 18:29

It's a Beezer, can someone date the plate please?

dsl SX

2018-06-16 19:20

AOF 740 = Birmingham, July to Aug 1934

For plate dates 1929-73, this site is fairly good for most normally issued combinations. jfs and I have books which can give further info in some cases and particularly for special series, but the underlying info is basically the same.

the sad biker UK

2018-06-16 19:53

dsl wrote AOF 740 = Birmingham, July to Aug 1934

For plate dates 1929-73, this site is fairly good for most normally issued combinations. jfs and I have books which can give further info in some cases and particularly for special series, but the underlying info is basically the same.


Thanks

The choice of 30's BSA's is bewildering but I think I've narrowed it down to a choice of 2, 350cc R-34 or 500cc W-34.

johnfromstaffs EN

2018-06-16 20:21

But be careful, that site is not 100% accurate, I have told them about one glaring error, but nothing has been done about it. -BF is not Lindsey in Lincolnshire, but Staffordshire, issued when the Staffs numbers ran out in 1961. It was originally issued to Dorset in 1903, but the locals would have none of it and complained until it was changed.

There may be other errors, but I haven’t bothered to look.

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