Follow Motorbase:
Search Motorbase for

Overview

The BSA Company first produced a motor car in 1907 some 2 years before it produced its first complete motor cycle.  From 1907 various RWD BSA cars were produced before production of all RWD cars stopped in 1936 when the company concentrated on FWD vehicles. Designed by Captain E Baguley the first BSA cars were produced in various forms with capacities ranging from 2.5 to 4.2 litre.  The larger cars were based on the 1907 Peking-Paris Itala. Following the purchase of the Daimler Company by BSA in September 1910 responsibility for Motor Car manufacture was transferred to the latter company.  BSA cars continued to be produced for two years following the amalgamation of the two companies but after this point they became badge engineered Daimlers.

Models produced by BSA

10 HP

10 HP

1933-1936

FW32

1932-1932

Light Six

1935-1936

Scout 9 HP

Scout 9 HP

1935-1936

Scout Series 6

1939-1940

T9

1933-1933

Three-Wheeler Twin

Three-Wheeler Twin

1930-1936

Related Links

Suggest a link relating to BSA

Related Contacts

Garage services
Reg Patten Engines (Carshalton)