Norton Commando – 1972 Restored Motorcycle

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Norton Commando – 1972

Year: 1972
Manufacturer: Norton
Model: Commando
Colour: Black
Engine Size (cc): 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick

Restored 1972 Norton Commando 750 Motorcycle.

This Norton was stripped and fully restored.

The frame was blasted and painted in the original black.

The engine and transmission were re-built and restored to the original factory specifications.

A Boyer electronic ignition was installed.

The paint was re-sprayed in the factory correct colour with the correct graphics.

The seat was correctly restored down to the pan, which was also restored.

The brakes were disassembled and rebuilt with new seals and pads.

The wheels were rebuilt with new stainless spokes.

New stainless mudguards completed this fantastic restored Norton Commando Motorcycle.

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