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Norton Commando 750 motorcycles for sale
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This Norton is a fine machine ,71 vintage Norton 750 commando, clean motor /clean bike / motor and trans in excellent condition , wiring in excellent condition / powder coated frame in excellent condition / switches are excellent condition / new tires / isolatics excellent condition /runs excellent ,dials speedo and rev ,count work perfect / ,new inspection, 11,000 original miles / Texas title matching numbers ,$ 7000,,,/ British/,classic everything works/ ,lots of power ,and torque,. ,if your looking for a good Honest reliable Norton here it is
1970 NORTON Commando 750 S Type Single Owner, Matching Numbers Runs Great, Everything in Great Working Condition Miles: 12,463 Color: Blue Price: $10,000 ( just reduced!) OBO Cash Only ... No Trades or Barters Call or Text Michael @ (530)748-6666
1972 Norton 750 Commando - 12,800 original miles Restored. Runs great. Matching numbers. Original seat in good condition - one blemish. New electronic ignition, New tires, New master brake cylinder kit, New chain, New sprocket/rear brake drum. Fuel tank lined, front fork oil replaced. New fuel line assembly, New plug wires, New battery, New air filter, New horn, New rear turn signals, New mirror, New gaskets & O ring. Complete tune up including valve adjustment, carbs, plugs, brakes, and clutch plates. All fluids changed. It’s a two kicker. I need a knee replacement or I wouldn’t be selling it.
This classic (and ahead of it's time) Norton Fastback MkIII has received a fresh detailing front to back. Some might not consider this a show bike and some might. Nothing flashy underneath, but clean enough to slide a mirror under her for showtime.
Best running 750 around. 2500 miles since mechanically restored in 2005 by Ken Arman. Google Ken Arman. Has all mechanical upgrades, super blend bearings, transmission bearning upgrades. braided ss oil lines, electronic ignition, Barnett clutch. Built to combat specs with 732 Amals. The carbs are new this month. The carbs Ken put on were ruined when the ethanol in the gas leached out resin from the fiberglass tank and plugged them up. The tank and side covers are metal now from a 850. I did not paint and sticker the new tank and side covers. I didn't want to select the color for the new owner. Gauges were also rebuilt when restored. Matching numbers bike. Powder coated frame, chain guard, triple trees. New battery. Good tires/brakes. Working repop turn signals. Current Ca. registration/clear title. This is one sweet ride
1972 Norton Roadster This Classic British motorcycle showing 12,054 miles on the odometer is less than 800 miles from a beautiful top-quality restoration No expenses were spared in this complete nut and bolt rebuild Motor: Complete rebuild including Super Blend crank bearings .020 overbore with new pistons, rings, pins, rod bearings, valve guides with reground seat. Cylinder fins were reshaped for uniformity, painted black, and clear coated. Engine breather was installed and custom braided oil lines from motor to oil tank, and motor to rockers crafted Boyer electronic ignition, new wires caps and plugs All new fuel lines and filters, rebuilt Amal concentrics with upgraded ticklers All new exhaust system with header tubes sprayed inside with hi-temp coating to prevent bluing Completely rebuilt transmission with upgraded roller bearings and custom inner and outer oil and kick shaft seals All new isolastics with mounting cradle modified to allow removal of transmission without removing motor, drive sprockets modified to accept 520 O-ring chain Rebuilt clutch with upgraded fiber disks and special designed push rod seal Rebuilt front forks, inner bushings, seals, dust covers and Progressive springs Lower tubes polished, upper and lower triple trees ground smooth and chromed along with bar clamps and new handlebars. Swingarm upgraded with welded in gussets and new shaft with roller bearing conversion New polished aluminum flanged rims built by Buchanan's with polished stainless steel spokes and nipples. New sealed wheel bearings front and rear. 18" wheel conversion in rear with Avon Road Rider tires all around. Hubs ceramic coated clear to prevent staining with new brake shoes front and rear Fuel Tank fiberglass block sanded to perfection, painted black with custom airbrushed gold logos and clear coated New factory patterned seat with Norton lettering and chrome trim Details: Engine cases, Transmission, and hubs polished to mirror finish All nuts, bolts, washers, spacers, hangers, and literally every part on this bike is polished, chromed, or freshly re-plated in cadmium This professionally rebuilt, better than new Norton 750 Roadster, is indeed a rare find! Contact Marvin Beckman 870-490-1191 asking 14, 500
14,000 miles, Boyer electronic ignition, single Mikuni carb, 1500 miles on new tires. New elastomer bushings throughout. Spare after market seat. Right hand shift model.
very well maintained 750, new tires, wheels, spokes, new seat , alternator, electronic ignition. fresh yellow paint with decals cleared over so they won't peel. fuel tank has been lined to protect it from rusting. Carbs have been sleeved. Small ding in left silencer and one on front fender. New AGM spill proof battery. Great running bike.
1971 Norton Commando Production Racer Replica. New Build Just completed Ground up restoration. $20,000 worth of new parts from UK - Norvil, RGM Motors and Steve Maney Racing Race internals, All stainless front to back - Nuts bolts fixtures and brackets. Too many parts to list. Build spec sheet available on request. Bike is currently in Ontario Canada. Will crate for free and work with buyer regards shipping. Contact me at email@example.com for more information Serious enquiries only please.
Colorado Springs, Colorado
For Sale: 1974 Norton Commando 850. Excellent condition rider quality bike. Ridden occasionally - 15k miles. Not a showpiece, but could be parked at any bike meet and it will draw people in. This is a rider that could be left as-is, or easily done a slight rolling restoration. The 850 Commandos are wonderful and long-respected bikes for a real reason. This one has been converted to single carb for easier running/tuning and appears to be a late 74/early 75 with right side shift. Matching numbers engine and frame.
This bike has the COMBAT motor and is in excellent running condition. I purchased the bike from a collector who had a restoration done by Wes Scott Cycles in Florida. Since ownership, I have replaced the complete wiring harness, center stand, rubber, added the rear seat grab bar (all OEM parts), new battery (non OEM) and had it serviced and dyno'd at the local Ducati dealer who indicated 52 rear wheel horsepower (the most from a Norton that they have ever dyno'd). This bike runs strong, starts in the first few kicks, shifts flawlessly, and is a joy to drive. I am just thinning out my collection. 19033 original miles.