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A BSA C11G.

The photo below shows a BSA motorcycle, I'm told a C11 or C11G, registration SKR 954, which suggests that it was first registered in the Kent area. Somehow the owner has managed to perch his faithful hound on the BSA's saddle.
A BSA 250cc motorbike
The BSA C11 had a 250cc OHV single cylinder engine, and was introduced in 1939. After the war, in 1956 to be exact, the frame was changed to one featuring a plunger rear end. The revised C11G came with either a 3 speed gearbox or a 4 speed 'box and the plunger frame arrangement, which I think is the setup on the motorbike shown here. Top speed was in the region of 70mph.
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