The “Three Wheeler Sportscar” comes from England. The water-cooled 4-cylinder BSA (Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited) was presented at the Olympia Motor Show in England in 1932. The car was an instant hit as buyers wanted a quieter car that was easier to start than the original 2-cylinder car. The “Three Wheeler” were produced in the years 1933-1936 and were equipped with a front-engine, front-wheel drive and a 3-speed manual transmission. Only 1720 vehicles were built.
Frame-off restoration with engine cleaning
E-fan for the motor was retrofitted
Painting of the frame
New tires and tubes
4 x Hardy discs new
New cast iron cylinder head
Retrofitted hazard warning lights
German papers with H approval
CTEK battery charger
Mileage after restoration
With this beautiful pre-war three-wheeler, you can still enjoy beautiful rides today. The vehicle is optically and technically in very good condition and ready to drive.