NORTON MOTORCYLES FOR SALE
not enough to expect a man to pay for the best,
also give him what he has paid for”
any old Norton motorcycles.
The mechanical efficiency of a machine is the ratio of useful
work done by a machine to the amount of work given to the machine. Engineers
always try to increase the efficiency of a machine by reducing to a minimum the
frictional losses caused by the bearings, gear-wheels, moving parts and
lubricant. Attention paid to the assembly of all components, and particularly that of the
engine, is rewarded by more power and enhanced reliability.
PLEASE BE PATIENT FOR THE DOWN
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of from the thirties for sale
I am trying to
raise about £350,000 for a Bespoke supercharged
Hence I am
selling part of my collection.
FLAT TANK MODEL
A very good friend of mine, who has sadly just
passed away, has two circa 1926/7 Model 18s for sale.
The most expensive is machine I totally rebuilt for him
a couple of years ago and it completed the Banbury run last year.
It is a beauty and the sister bike to my ‘Knickel Knob’ which is featured on this web site. £30,000
The second is a restoration project; 95 % complete.
OHV Flat Tank Nortons are
very rarely available, so be quick.
Contact me for further details.
On my website are a number of
Specials I have built, including ‘Cam-cam’, ‘The dunhill Flyer’ and the
All in different shades of Silver
and Grey. Very light weight and very trick. OHC or OHV motors.
Each one is bespoke. Contact me for
Goodwood Festival of Speed 2007
Made by skilled craftsmen in Lancashire and
7 built and 6 gone immediately, which means there is
only 1 left.
£POA (body only, chassis is extra)
The pictures show the sidecar almost complete; a few
details need to be finished and then the aluminium polished to a mirror finish.
The upholstery is very expensive red leather, but a choice of colour is
available. The frame is ash and the aluminium is a 1mm skin.
The machine is a special made from a 1920 JAP 1000cc
S.V. and a Norton rolling chassis. The nose fairing is from an airplane (I
think either Spitfire Mk. 5 or Viscount?).
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from USA bought one to put on his Brough Superior,
are the pictures of a fine outfit:
Manx For Sale, click for details hailwoodmanx.jpg
MOTORCYCLES ALWAYS WANTED...GOOD