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Morgan Alternative: 1934 BSA TW 34-1

1934 Bsa Tw 34 1

Here is an alternative to the famous Morgan three wheeler. This 1934 BSA TW 34-1 is located in Columbus Ohio and is available for sale on eBay with Buy It Now of $20,000 and two days left. This car is in excellent condition and will make a great event car for the next owner.

1934 Bsa Tw 34 1 Rear

This car has lived much of its life in museums and is still in excellent condition. The seller has won a few awards at car shows where it was sure to be a standout because of its rarity and uniqueness. The rear of this car is made up of a wood frame with fabric stretched over it so this thing has to be extremely light.

1934 Bsa Tw 34 1 Dash

This car is very simple with just the basics. The gauges are tucked behind that big three spoke wheel. We bet the handling is lightening sharp. It may be tight, but that single bench is enough to carry you and a friend to scare to death.

1934 Bsa Tw 34 1 Engine

Here is the little 1021 cc V-Twin motorcycle engine that propels this go cart. It is a very unique design and we would recommend you learn more about how these work before purchasing it. We know that this has been a museum piece but we would be very tempted to tune this up and take it to a hill climb. It will not be the quickest, but it will be one of the most fun cars to take around the curves. Three wheelers where very popular to use in hill climbs in the old  days in Europe. Whether you decide to drive it or show it, there are not many cars you can get for this money that are this rare, unique, or fun.


  1. Andy

    1021cc, and OHV by the look of it, isn’t that “little” for a car of this weight, especially after all the micros I just worked my way through here on BF. I doubt I’d want to take this Beezer on a highway, but I can think of lots of two-laners where it could be a lot of fun.

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