BSA 3 WHEELER

COMMITTED TO QUALITY

BSA 3 WHEELER

COMMITTED TO QUALITY

Production Years: 1930 -1935
Country: Great Britain
Number Produced: 6,650

Birmingham Small Arms (BSA) was established to manufacture weapons for the British Government. At the end of the 19th century, they started making motorcycles and bicycles.

BSA’s front wheel drive car appeared on the market in 1930. It was a three-wheeler that competed with and outsold the Morgan. To avoid the dirty chain between the front engine and the rear wheel (as found on the Morgan), BSA decided to adopt a front wheel drive layout, but eliminated the CV joints in order to help keep the cost down. Unlike the Morgan, the BSA had a reverse gear and an electric starter.

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Tampa Bay Automobile Museum

3301 Gateway Centre Blvd.
Pinellas Park, FL 33782 USA

Museum Hours:

Closed Memorial Day May 30                                                Monday:       10am - 4:30 pm                                                            Tuesday:       Closed                                                                  Wednesday: 10am - 4:30 pm                                                  Thursday:     10am - 4:30 pm                                                          Friday:           10am - 4:30 pm                                                          Saturday:      10am - 4:30 pm                                                        Sunday:         Noon - 4:30 pm

Admission:

$12 General Admission
$10 Seniors (62+)
$8 Youth and Active Military
12 and under Free
Groups of 12 or More $8 pp