- Power: 42 CV a 7.000 rpm. Max.
- Displacement (ccm): 500 ccm
- Type of engine: Single cylinder, 4-stroke
- Transmisión: 4 speeds. Chain.
- Maximum speed: 177 Km/h
- Weight: 174 Kg approx.
BSA Gold Star Clubman, 1959. It has old restoration and works properly with good general condition.
In the 1950s, the main object of desire of every competitive motorist spirit were the Gold Star Clubman, whether to run both on the Isle of Man or compete in short track.
Stylized, determined and aggressive, the Clubman was the last and best-known version of a series of single cylinder Gold Stard with engines 350 cc 500 cc., designed for long journeys, trial and motocross.
Its appearance was unmistakable; had a chrome tank with the famous red circle Star Shield BSA, a headlight that stood on its narrow handlebars, a very long pipe and a vertical cylinder with many fins. Its work was also unique, with a real top speed of 177 Km / h.