Norton Commando 750 – 1970 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : Norton
Year : 1970
Norton Commando 750 – 1970
Engine Size: 750
Drive type: Chain
Start Type: Kick
Restored 1970 Norton Commando 750 Motorcycle.
This Norton was built around a 1970 frame and fitted with a brand new old stock 750 short stroke engine.
Parts used include:
New kickstart shaft.
New inner cover.
New exhaust valves.
New springs, rockers and rocker spindles.
New pistons by Omega.
New steel conrods.
Hi pro cam.
New 34mm mk2 carburettors with cable operated chokes.
All new lines and cables.
New Doherty quick throttle.
Forks were built with new components, new fork sliders, new fork tubes and leak proof seals.
The disc set-up is new including an original hub that has Norton engraved in the centre.
Many original small Lockheed period components.
Dunlop 19 inch alloy rims and tt100 tires made in UK.
New alloy hub plate.
All new cloth harness as original with new Lucas switches and Wipac tricon switch.
New Pazon ignition.
New chrome, zinc and cad plating.
New hardware all around.
A excellent Norton Commando restored and upgraded to a very high standard.
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