One of the rarest of the BSA competition bikes the Spitfire Scrambler was also known as the Rocket Gold Star Scrambler. This was an off-road competition version of the long-running pre-unit construction 650 and used many Gold Star parts. An export-only machine, it had a heavily American influence, built at the insistence of BSA Western States distributor Hap Alzina, who wanted something to go up against other British competition bikes in scrambles and California desert races.
This genuine example was recently imported from the USA having previously been restored. It has received a recent full check over and is in excellent running order and in very fine general condition. It is not road registered but is supplied with with customs clearance and NOVA paperwork.