BSA’s version of the Trident had weird styling and better handling from a sort of enlarged A65 frame. Most left on the road have well sorted engines and don’t usually burn valves, wreck primary chains or hole pistons as did many in the seventies! No advantages over a modern 750 Trident but full of character and (sometimes nasty) surprises. One of the few old Brit’s able to cruise at 90 to 100mph without falling apart.
1969-72 740cc (67x70mm) OHV triple 58hp, 125mph, 40mpg, 500lbs