Norton Commando – 1973 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer : Norton      Year :

Norton Commando – 1973

Year: 1973
Colour: Blue
Make: Norton
Engine Size: 750
Model: Commando
Start Type: Kick
Drive Type: Chain

Restored Norton Commando 750 Motorcycle.

This bike has had an extensive restoration and upgrades.

The engine was stripped, checked and rebuilt with many new parts.

This bike was fitted with electronic ignition and it also benefits from a belt driven primary drive.

It was fitted with a 34mm Mikuni carbuettor upgrade for better running.

The frame was powder coated to a very high standard.

The Akront deep dish alloy rims were fitted with stainless steel spokes.

A fork brace and steering damper was fitted.

It was fitted with Lockheed calliper and drilled disc.

A rare Cibie concave headlamp was located and fitted.

A lovely Norton Commando restored to a very high standard.

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