Bsa bantam dating

bsa bantam dating

How much does it cost to join the BSA Bantam Club?

The non-refundable fee*2 is £15 for BSA Bantam Club Members and £25 for Non-members by Cheque made payable to (check with Dating Officer). If everything is in order then the Dating Officer will produce a Dating certificate and return your original documents and the Dating Certificate back to you.

What happens if the BSA Bantam Club does not follow DVLA rules?

If the club does not follow DVLA rules then The BSA Bantam Club will be removed from the DVLA list of approved vehicle dating organisations. The Bantam has to be complete, assembled, and if re-registering, insured *1, and roadworthy (MOT not required for standard vehicles manufactured over 40 years ago).

How can I tell what year my BSA is?

Owners with late model BSAs can easily identify the month and year of their machine as the factory adopted a dating system for frame and engine numbers for the 1969 season models. As with all previous BSA seasons the model year started after the factory shutdown in July so that 1969 models were those made from August 1968, through to July 1969.

Can I claim my Bantam’s original number?

If you have a Bantam for which you can prove entitlement to the original Registration Number, which can be done using the original log book or some other documentation linking the Frame Number to the Registration Number, then you may be able to re-claim the original number assigned to the bike.

What is the BSA Bantam Club?

Thank you for your interest in joining the BSA Bantam Club – the Club which caters specifically for owners and enthusiasts of the iconic BSA Bantam marque of all years and Models. Click here for details of fees payable for New Membership they are also detailed in the Application confirmation email.

How much does it cost to become a BSA member?

1 $66 for Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturing and Sea Scouts participants 2 $42 for Exploring participants 3 $30 for council-paid memberships 4 $42 for all adult volunteers (includes cost of background check) 5 $75 for a unit charter fee

How do I get access to the BSA Bantam Forum?

Most of the content in here is only available to Site Registered, Logged in, fully paid up BSA Bantam Club Members, who have REQUESTED ACCESS. Access is not automatic for Members. You must request access after registering for the Forum.

How much does it cost to join Boy Scouts?

The Scouts BSA (formerly Boy Scouts) are not free to join. To sign up for Scouting, you’ll have to pay an annual fee for each child registered in a troop. The annual BSA registration fee to be in the scouts is $66 per year. This fee is the same among all BSA programs.

How do I get an age related plate for my Bantam?

If you haven’t got any documents linking the frame number to the Registration number or you have no Registration number, then the BSA Bantam Club can help you get an age related plate. The Bantam must be complete, genuine and roadworthy. The Club must be able to identify the actual or estimated date of manufacture.

What do I need to re-register a bantam?

The Bantam has to be complete, assembled, and if re-registering, insured *1, and roadworthy (MOT not required for standard vehicles manufactured over 40 years ago). There are two options.

What happens if the BSA Bantam Club does not follow DVLA rules?

If the club does not follow DVLA rules then The BSA Bantam Club will be removed from the DVLA list of approved vehicle dating organisations. The Bantam has to be complete, assembled, and if re-registering, insured *1, and roadworthy (MOT not required for standard vehicles manufactured over 40 years ago).

How do I get a V5 for my Bantam?

If your Bantam hasn’t been on the road since 1983 then there is a good chance you don’t have a V5 for it. You can use the Club Dating Officer facility to register your bike with the DVLA to obtain one.

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