The 1969 models are identified by the adding of an extra 0 at the end of the frame marking putting the number series into the 100,000's.
The numbering started at the beginning of each season and always started at 00100 leaving the first 99 for experimental use.
The numbers were consecutively allocated throughout a model range so as an example all B group machines were lumped together irrespective of whether they were a B25 or B44. Also this carried through to some but not all of the engines.matching engine markings.
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Owners with late model BSA's 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.