Norton Dunstall Motorcycles for sale
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1974 Dunstall Norton Commando 850. Purchased as pictured with the Black body work (which I still have and will go with the bike). The Dunstall body work was removed, and I had planned on getting it painted, while I rode it. A new fuel tank was sourced from Legendary Motorcycles, painted and installed. There is a new seat, fenders, tires, chain, sprockets, voltage regulator. The oil tank was rebuilt by CNW, and a new, anti-sumping timing cover (MKIII) was sourced from Norvil. A new NOS master cylinder, and rebuilt wheel cylinder were installed, along with a Pazon electronic ignition and rebuilt instruments. A new Dunstall 2-1-2 header system is installed, with older (but nice) Dunstall mufflers. Almost all of the old parts were saved.The Norton rides fine, and starts easily. Another project forces this sale.
Brewster, New York
Up for sale in time for the Holidays is a restored Norton Atlas 750, loaded with every imaginable period Dunstall bit. The bike was first imported to Berliner on June 3, 1966 as a "Norton Atlas 750" according to VMCC records. It was restored by a former Norton dealer in the mid-80s as a Dunstall Dominator, with many authentic, period Dunstall parts. The cost to buy and professionally restore a standard/stock-equipped Atlas is at least equal to the buy-it-now price. To duplicate this bike would no doubt be quite a bit more, assuming you had the time and could even find all the Dunstall items presented here. And if you don't like the Dunstall cosmetics (fairing, tank and seat), then simply replace them with readily-available Manx-inspired or stock pieces for a more traditional look, but still with the hot, Dunstall-ized motor, shouldered alloy wheels, Dunstall swept backs and silencers, and modified brake. The Motorcycle Mechanics magazine cover photo and the black and white 1966 Dunstall Dominator catalog photo are just to illustrate how close this bike is to the real, period Dunstall machine. This bike is in very good cosmetic and mechanical condition, with minimal use since restoration. There's some "shelf" wear here and there (see photos of two blemishes on the fairing lower and cracks on the right ear of the fairing upper, behind the windscreen). The bike could use a professional detailing, but is still very clean, showing just under 40 miles since restoration in the mid-80s by a former Norton dealer, who I purchased the bike from five years ago. The bike was serviced in 2012 by NYCNorton and the sale will include a new Yuasa battery. For a featherbed Norton twin with a stamped steel primary chain case, it's relatively oil tight (only a few drops after running). The large gap between the top of the rear wheel and the rear fender in the photos is just a result of the rear suspension being at full extension with the bike on its center stand. Off the stand, it has a tight, road-hugging stance. I encourage would-be buyers to inspect the bike personally. I have described what comes to mind as far as condition, but cannot be held responsible for every nick or scratch or stress crack; this is an older restoration.Special Equipment:Modified 2LS front brake (cooling scoop and ventilation holes)Borrani shouldered alloy wheelsDunstall swept backs and silencers, originals with name on the backDunstall 5-gallon fiberglass tankDunstall-type fairing and seatFloat bowl extensionsCarb velocity stacksDunstall high compression pistonsDunstall camDunstall headFinned alloy intake tractsRear sets, shift linkageAlloy fendersDunstall clip-ons and headlight brackets Girling shocksSmiths gauges5/16" chain adjusters (upgraded from 1/4" stock)Terms and conditions:The Atlas is sold on a clean, signed-over Massachusetts title. This is a near 50 year old motorcycle and no warranty is expressed or implied. It is sold as-is. Your bid or offer is a commitment to buy, not an option to buy, so please ask any questions before bidding/buying. I will not crate the bike, but I will make myself available to meet with the transporter of your choice. The bike is available for viewing by appointment in the NYC area; delivery is also possible within the Tri-State area, but coordinate this with me before bidding/buying. I reserve the right to end the auction early for any reason. Check my feedback and buy with confidence. Good luck!
Triumph : Bonneville 68 triumph dunstall t 120 tr 6 road racer prof resto norton pres owned alloy l k
BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED 1968 TRIUMPH DUNSTALL T120 ROAD RACER. All alloy tanks, rims and fenders. Freshly rebuild Motor to Completion specs, Twin carburetors, New Transmission, Newly power coated frame, Alloy tanks, Alloy fenders, Alloy road racing rims, new gauges, cables, wiring, Clip-on racing handle bars, Alloy inner hub & vented brakes. I bought this off the Michigan Norton Club President Dave Smith about 12 years ago. He was in a fatal accident and his collection was sold off. I purchased this Triumph Dunstall her personally restored, a 1969 AJS Stormer and a 1967 Norton P11 he restored. I have since sold all but the Triumph. Now it is time for it to find a good home. Complete rebuilt of motor & trans, brakes, electrical, suspension. Motor is a racing combination of the TR6R Motor Case with a T120 Heads and twin racing carbs. It is a beautifully executed combination of a low mileage 1968 Triumph Bonneville and a Dunstall package specifically designed for Triumph and the race track. The Racing components include the powder coated frame, stunning Dunstall alloy tanks, Dunstall exhaust and factory racing alloy rims. She is extremely well built with a handsome fork system and exhaust system. Again, this motorcycle has been fully, mechanically & cosmetically restored to museum quality. The bike has not been raced or run (except for a start up check out procedure limited road testing) or ridden since the complete restoration. The speedometer shows 234 break-in miles. The beautiful alloy rims really look great on this bike. In summary, full mechanical restoration, beautifully finished Dunstall racing package and a very rare motorcycle indeed. There was a great deal of money invested in this motorcycle. The work was completed by Dave Smith a past Norton Club President of Michigan,....certainly one of the best! She comes with an open and clean title. No taxes collected. Will help arrange wholesale shipping if you request. IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ Many of the items we list are used and display wear and tear we do our best to accurately portray each item with detailed photos and descriptions. Sold as it is with out liens or warranties. All sales final. Please ask any questions or concerns you have before bidding. Feel free to schedule a visit to inspect anytime prior to the auctions end. Payment: Non-refundable deposit of 1000 is due with in 24 hours or you will loose your item. Full payment for auctions is required no later than 4 days from auction end. I accept wire, checks (allow time to clear) and good old green backs. This motorcycle is available locally and the auction can be ended at any time. Shipping: With advance notice this motorcycle may be picked up in Flagstaff, Arizona. Shipping is the buyer's responsibility. However, We can arrange wholesale shipping to any location in the United States, Canada or worldwide. Send us your address and we will get you a price for transport. International Buyers – Please Note: Before bidding please do your own research regarding shipping and handling charges to your country. We can help ship to any port and help with international shipping. Don't be afraid to ask! spitefire, norville, norton, bsa, thunderbolt, triton, matchless, rickman, velocette, Vincent, ariel, amc, rockers, cafe, racer, racing, competition
Trim DUNSTALL 650cc
Sugar Land, Texas
Category Standard Motorcycles
Posted Over 1 Month
Looking to sell my Adult owned (69 y/o) 1971 Norton Commando Fastback (Rare ) The Bike was completely gone thru by a British bike repair Shop in Pearland Texas (Relic Cycles) New Parts were installed where needed Has Electronic Ignition All original pieces kept. Still have the Original Tool and Tool pouch Was original purchased thru Gus Khun Motors LTD out of England I am the 2nd owner New Tires 2 stage Base coat Clear coat PPG paint Paint originally Red New Dunstall Pea Shooters Still in Box not installed New Tires Too many parts to list Looking to get $7500.00 or close to the asking price I will work with anyone so please submit your best comfortable offer. Have more then that into the bike Please serious offers only Come by to see the bike you will not be disappointed Thank you Bill 281-Six Eight Six 8 zero Nine 5
Trim 750 Series
1974 Dunstall Norton Commando 850. Freshly painted and matched to the original blue. The oil tank was rebuilt by CNW, (and they did their gear box cover polishing and seal modifications) A new, anti-sumping timing cover (MKIII) was sourced from Norvil. A new NOS master cylinder, and rebuilt wheel cylinder were installed, along with a Pazon electronic ignition and rebuilt Speedometer and tachometer. A new Dunstall 2-1-2 header system is installed. New chain and sprockets. New cables. New tires on what I believe to be the original Borriani Record Alloy rims. The center stand is correct as are the fork stops, rear sets. Almost all of the old parts were saved and come with the bike The engine and gearbox have matching numbers. The Norton Club of England has no record of this bike, although the bike seems to have been titled a “Dunstall” Clear Florida title. Side covers are not original. This Norton rides fine, and starts easily.
For your consideration is a beautiful example of a '72 Norton Commando Combat edition. This bike is sorted. 1 kick start as you can see in the attached video. Upon review the bike seems to have an unlimited parts list, though I'm sure there is a bottom somewhere... A joy to ride and even better to listen to with the original Dunstall pipes. This bike was made to a cafe style, though I think that term is overused nowadays.. Condition is very hard to describe. I would say it is likely the best rider condition one could find, but not Concours. The pictures and video probably should do more of the talking... Parts: - Dunstall Exhaust - Brand new Avons with fresh stainless spokes & nipples along with polished hubs. Beautiful wheels to say the least! - Norvil stainless steel rearsets - Vernier isolastics front and rear - Dave Taylor head steady with spring - New England manf. dual racing seat - Stainless seat knobs - Clubman low handle bars - Oil pressure gauge with bracket - Halogen high power headlight - Magura master brake cylinder - Stainless steel front brake line - Tygon fuel lines with stainless crimps - BAP fuel petcocks - Sealed front wheel bearings - Brand new poly bushings for swing arm. 0 Lateral play! You will never find a tighter swing arm on any Norton, seriously. - Progressive front springs - Koni adjustable rear shocks - Tommaselli twin pull throttle with nylon lined cables - K&N Air filter pod and oil filter - Boyer electronic ignition For inquiries please call 219-730-6250. I'm not interested in trades.. Too many toys as it is Video of the bike https://youtu.be/UMJG2rvYAcI
Port St. Lucie, Florida
Posted Over 1 Month
This 1963 Norton is a beauty. She is built from the ground up, Starting with a Manx featherbed frame. Everything was redone from the attachment hardware on the crank to the valve train. Interesting bits include the incorporation of a Commando primary to the motor; this eliminated a lot of leaks and added a triple-row primary chain over the standard single-row unit. Using this primary required use of a two into one exhaust. The motor was completely overhauled, including new hardware for the crank, Hepolite pistons, Superblend bearings and new spindles and rockers. The head is a Norton Combat unit that was shaved and ported. The bike runs about 9.75:1 compression. A magneto is used to supply spark, the entire electrical system is simple and includes a couple of kill switches, headlight and taillight. No messy battery. Custom pieces include the aluminum oil tank, which incorporates an anti-sump valve, motor mounts, oiling system (required due to the Commando primary), chain guard and too many others to list. The frontend is a Ceriani GP unit mated to a '75 Honda front hub and dual 12" discs. a Commando hub was used on the rear. The wheels are Excel shouldered aluminum stainless steel spokes polished hubs. The front fender is an original Paul Dunstall fiberglass unit while the tank and seat are replica Manx units. The 5 gallon polished Manx style gas tank is handmade. A modified (longer than stock) rear fender was used to allow for a license plate and tail light. Engine Description: 750 cc Atlas (nonmatching) Combat Head Hepolite piston and rods Polished Crank and rods SS cam Black Diamond Valves Heavy Duty valve springs and Titanium hardware Twin 932 Amal carburetors with K&N cone filters Lucas Magneto Custom 2 into 1 Exhaust Commando Primary (no more leaks from stamped steel covers, provides a better clutch and a triple row primary chain for better reliability) Oil Filter-spin-on type Engine ad Transmission covers polished and of course new bearings, bushings, and seals throughout the engine and transmission. 22 Tooth sprocket; reduces vibration and provides better top end speed Custom aircraft grade aluminum motor mounts Front end: Cerriani GP Forks, new seals and bushings Honda hub with dual disc 12" brakes Shoulder Aluminum Rim with Stainless spokes and nipples Avon Road Rider Tires, 325-19 Rear: Extended Manx Style with rear Fender with Norton P11 Tail light Commando rear wheel with drum Brake Shouldered Aluminum Rim with Stainless Steel Spokes and nipples Rear: Extended style rear fender with Norton P11 Tail light Avon Road Rider 400-18 Misc.: Custom Aluminum oil tank 3 quarts Custom Aluminum chain guard 5 gallon polished aluminum Manx style gas tank Bum Stop Manx style seat (street version with extra padding) Overhauled Speedometer and Tach, gray face Smith units Clubman bars Napoleon bar end mirrors Period correct headlight Rear Set Controls Everything wire-tied Featherbed Manx Frame
Standard Combat engine except for: Rebalanced crank with Superblend bearings. Other modifications include:Boyer electronic ignition,K&N air filter,MK III vernier adjustable isolastics,Dunstall Decibel Silencers,Magura front brake master cylinder,EBC front brake pads,clubman handlebar with Triumph kill switch,custom rearsets,Halogen headlight and tailight,Koni shocks,Progressive Suspension fork springs Call 708 856 1059 with any questions Thanks for looking. John