Norton Commando – 1976 Restored Motorcycle

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Norton Commando – 1976

Year: 1976
Manufacturer: Norton
Model: Commando
Colour: Black
Engine Size: 850
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1976 Norton Commando Motorcycle.

This beautiful Norton was fully restored by its owner in the USA.

The engine was completely rebuilt.

The gearbox was rebuilt.

The chain and sprockets were replaced.

A new wiring harness was fitted.

The wheels were rebuilt with new rims and spokes.

The brakes were overhauled.

The forks were rebuilt.

New fenders were fitted.

A new seat was installed.

The handlebars were replaced.

The cables were all replaced.

New Isolastics were used.

Trispark electronic ignition was fitted

The starter was rebuilt with a 4 wind armature enabling instant starting.

A really nice restored Norton Commando Motorcycle.

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