1968 BSA Bantam Supreme D14/4 *SOLD*

MODELBantam Supreme D14/4
COLOURBlue & Chrome

1968 BSA Bantam Supreme D14/4 *SOLD*

  • MOT exempt and free road tax
  • Low mileage – believed to be correct
  • Comes with old MOTs and tax discs
  • This 1968 BSA Bantam Supreme D14/4 sold for £2,400
  • Please scroll down the page past the video to read a full description for this lot

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  • MOT exempt and free road tax
  • Low mileage – believed to be correct
  • Comes with old MOTs and tax discs

The BSA Bantam is a two stroke motorcycle, produced by Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) at Small Heath, Birmingham. Manufactured from 1948 as a 125cc engine until 1971 when the engine size had increased to 175cc. It’s estimated that up to half a million Bantams were produced.

The D14/4 is based on the D10. Introduced in 1966, the D10 is a175cc bike with 3 speed gearbox. The electrical system was revised with a Wipac alternator and rotor. The points were moved, but the bike’s external appearance was very similar to the earlier models.

D10 production ceased in 1967 and in 1968 BSA introduced the D14/4 that we have here. Similar to the D10 but with even greater power and the 4 speed gearbox was fitted across the range.

This BSA Bantam

This lovely BSA Bantam D14/4 in blue and chrome was originally registered on the 17th June 1968 in Liverpool.

The former keeper purchased the bike in 2003, only parting with it due to retiring from riding.

Our vendor has owned this BSA Bantam for a year and he’s now only selling due to a knee injury which means that unfortunately he can’t kick start the bike easily anymore so it needs to find a new home where it’ll be ridden and enjoyed!

The bike comes with the current V5, some old MOT certificates and tax discs. There’s also a copy of the parts manual, wiring diagrams etc. Due to its age, the BSA Bantam is registered for free road tax & is of course MOT exempt.

Our vendor purchased from a well known classics dealer and he believes that the 12k miles is correct and given the very good condition of the bike, we would expect that this is right, but we do not warrant mileage so please make your own enquiries.

He tells us that the bike would appear to be mostly original, the exhaust may have been replaced at some point and switches on the headlamp were replaced with what’s believed to be original fittings.

He goes on to tell us that there is some “original patina on the chrome fuel tank. It’s not concours but is in really good condition and has been used but not messed about with. It’s all tickety-boo and runs well.”

So, in summary, a ready to use BSA Bantam in very good condition, jump on and enjoy the late summer riding. Good luck bidding!


Vehicle Location:  Pickering, North Yorkshire YO18  – it’s the responsibility of the winning bidder to make collection / transportation arrangements directly with the vendor.

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Bidder Bid amount Bid time
g*********m £1,750.00 2022-10-05 13:29:57
s**************************m £1,550.00 2022-10-05 11:21:34
g*********m £1,350.00 2022-09-30 15:46:22
m**********************k £1,150.00 2022-09-23 20:59:53
t**********1 £1,150.00 2022-09-27 14:55:44
Start auction £750.00 21/09/2022 11:00 PM


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