1967 BSA C25 Barracuda, 249cc. Registration number FJX 315E. Frame number C25 639. Engine number C25 639. BSA introduced the C25 Barracuda (UK) and the B25 Starfire (USA) in 1967 as a sporty replacement for the C15 and, in the UK, aimed at learner riders, it was only produced for one year. It shared many parts with the B44 Victor Roadster. The Triumph TR25W was a badge engineered copy with a fibreglass tank and side panels, high bars and a high level exhaust on the right hand side. FJX is an early matching numbers example, number 639 off the production line and has MOT history dating from 1984 until 2010, ownership records are from 1990 in Pontefract, 1991 in Gloucester, 2011 again in Gloucester and then Welwyn Garden City in 2020. Its last MOT was in October 2021. Sold with the V5C, October 2022 MOT at 6,671 miles, and MOT history. In running order when delivered, although its MOT will have just expired by the time of the auction, although due to its age it is MOT exempt.