Professionally restored. Boyer ignition, Amal concentric carbs, Re-bored with Hepolite pistons. Main bearing oil supply modification carried out. Wheels rebuilt with Stainless spokes and nipples. New ethanol proof steel tank. Refurbished Smiths clocks. BSA Owners certificate of authenticity. MOT and Tax exempt. The BSA Spitfire is a high-performance BSA motorcycle made from 1966 to 1968 with model designations of MkII, MkIII and MkIV. Announced at the Brighton motorcycle show held during September 1965, it was based on the earlier BSA Lightning with a power-upgrade achieved by higher compression-ratio 10.5:1 pistons and two large-bore Amal GP carburettors with velocity stacks it was one of the first BSAs to have 12-volt electrics. At introduction in 1966.