Yes! Holdership free

B33, classic, holder free
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He has only just been adopted, but the RZ-73-95 has now been declared holder-free with A Writing And A Blue Envelope!

The BSA B33 from 1955 will therefore not be used secretly for commuting. Because in the owner's book it says that every 2500 km the oil has to be changed, the valves have to be adjusted, the ignition has to be checked plus a whole list of things that have to be checked before every ride and at every stopover ...


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cylinder head, valve seat, BSA

A good example of a burnt valve