The Triumph / BSA hybrid specials of the 1960’s are not as well documented as their Triton cousins but are as equally good in their own right. This example registered 8th August 1959 was said to have been a scrambles and road racer in an earlier life. Built from a BSA frame, Matchless front forks with Norton front brake, a Triumph 650cc 6T Thunderbird engine with a later 9 stud head, BSA gearbox and chain case. It is fitted with an alloy fuel tank, chrome wheel rims, new tyres and has Betor gas adjustable rear shocks. Presented in generally good overall condition it is of ‘daylight’ running spec, and is MoT exempt. It is supplied with its current UK V5C logbook and an old buff logbook dating back to 1969. It has recently received a full check over by us and fitted with a new speedo and is in good running order and ready to go.