After the war motorcycle production was limited by raw materials shortages and the need to consign almost all prodcution to the export market. BSA had only two models ready for production - the autocycle and the M.L. Both models were developed a little over the next couple of years but it was not until the 1949 season that new models became available. Featured is a restored ML model, complete with lighting and a Villers 125cc engine. All original parts were used during thr restoration. $1,000 has been invested in a mechanical restoration last year. The bike ran well when put on display.