+ buyer’s premium of 15% plus VAT (18% incl VAT) 11 • Babetta mopeds were made by Jawa’s business partner, Povazske Strojarne (PS) but marketed under the well-known Jawa name • Continuously developed and expanded, the Babetta family would turn out to be enormously successful in Continental Europe, selling by the tens of thousands • This example is unregistered and has hardly been used with just 7km recorded • Believed to be totally original and unrestored an in excellent cosmetic condition throughout • This particular Jawa has formed part of private Collections in recent years and is without relevant paperwork • An element of recommissioning is to be expected should the new custodian wish to use the machine as intended • On offer at No Reserve Czech-built Babetta 49cc moped from a private Collection with just 7km. Estimate: Offered Without Reserve Registration: N/A Frame No: TLV210222MK380316 Engine No: 380316 Specialist: Charles Smalley Telephone No: 07421 007866 Lot 707 1991 Jawa Babetta 49cc • Designed by Edward Turner and built between 1964 and 1965 at the Birmingham BSA factory • Lightweight design with a 75cc four-stroke engine and 4-speed gearbox • Introduced to compete against the popular lightweight commuter bikes offered by the likes of Honda but suffered with engine lubrication issues which saw the model discontinued in 1965 • This remarkable survivor is offered in mostly original and unrestored condition • Recently running but may require some recommissioning before road use • Complete with its original RF60 ‘green’ log book and current V5C • History file containing original handbook and other related items • Great restoration project or recommission and run as is • Being offered with No Reserve Rare, unrestored and remarkably original BSA Beagle. Estimate: Offered Without Reserve Registration: RNX 344F Frame No: K1 1893 Engine No: K1 1515 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 708 1964 BSA Beagle 75cc More Details Lot 707 Bid On Lot 707 More Details Lot 708 Bid On Lot 708