Blueprint BSA GoldStar DBD34 (1960)

BSA GoldStar DBD34 (1960)


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    The BSA GoldStar DBD34 is a vintage, collectible British motorbike from 1960. Its classic styling and reliable engine make it a popular choice for classic motorcycle enthusiasts. The BSA GoldStar has a single-cylinder, four-stroke, engine with a bore-stroke of 63mm x 80mm and an overhead valve layout. Its engine produces 28 horsepower at 6500 RPM and a maximum torque of 3.26 lb-ft at 5000 RPM. The bike sits atop four-ranked rubbers of 18 x 3.25-inch front and 18 x 4.00-inch back. Its fuel supply is via a single Amal Monobloc carburetor, and its ignition is enabled by an advanced Lucas magneto. The bikes brakes, meanwhile, use a drum system with two friction-activated mechanically operated pads. Its transmission is a four-speed constant mesh gearbox, and its frame consists of a dual-downtube steel tube layout. In terms of design, the bike has a single front headlight, and rider comfort is provided by a long dual-seat. Its paint options vary from gunmetal and black to maroon and blue. Classically styled, the BSA GoldStar DBD34 has a timeless and classic appeal for vintage motorcycle enthusiasts that are sure to be admired for generations to come.

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