Norton P11 motorcycles for sale
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Pierre, South Dakota
1967 Norton P11. Appears complete and orginal except for handle bars. Numbers match, I have the title and orginal maint manual. It is in barn find condition and has 1974 plates on it. Motor does not turn over. Located in Sturgis SD.
MUSEUM QUALITY 1969 NORTON P-11 RANGER. BIKE WAS RESTORED 10 YEARS AGO BY PHIK KUYKENDALL IN NORTH CAROLINA. OUTSTANDING RESTORATION. THE VERY BEST. HAS BEEN IN MY LIVING ROOM FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS AS A PIECE OF FINE MOTORCYCLE ART. NO SCRATCHES, DENTS, DINGS. PITTING, BLEMISHES AND SO FORTH. YOU WONT FIND A NICER HIGH PIPE P-11 FOR SALE. I AM OFFERING THIS BIKE FOR SALE JUST PRIOR TO THE VEGAS AUCTION, AND CAN DELIVER TO LAS VEGAS FOR FREE FOR THE LUCKY NEW OWNER. IT HAS A CLEAR NORTH CAROLINA TITLE.I HAVE NEVER STARTED THIS BIKE AS I DID NOT WANT ANY FUEL SMELL OR BLUEING OF THE PIPES. IT WILL PROBABLY REQUIRE A BIT OF TUNING TO GET IT GOING. WAS PUT AWAY CORRECTLY AND MOTOR KICKS OVER FREELY. THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO GRAB A BEAUTIFUL P-11 RANGER FOR A FAIR PRICE. NOT INTERESTED IN ANY TRADES. SELLING TO BUY THE NEXT TWO WHEEL PIECE OF ART FOR THE LIVING ROOM. NO DISAPPOINTMENTS. EMAIL QUESTIONS...I WILL RESPOND PROMPTLY. I HAVE A PERFECT SELLER'S REPUTATION ON EBAY. THANKS FOR LOOKING. HAPPY NEW YEAR.
1967 Norton P11 , I am second owner. Bike came out of and has been serviced by Expert Cycle in Hobart Indiana. I have owned this P11A for 30 years. All original, excellent condition. Took it to the National Norton Rallies in the 80's and it won best P-11 3 out of 4 years. Only ridden around Rally Grounds or to nearby shows. The miles are for real. Call for more details and photos. I am in my late 60's, my knees can't start it anymore. There are only a dozen or so of these of these left in the world in this condition...and ORIGINAL unrestored..this could be the nicest left. Photo is last time ridden, 2013 it won best British Bike at US largest British Car Show (Chicago British Car Union) Call John 630 908 0198, Chicago Suburbs, Central Time Zone. $13,500.00 6309080198
Burnaby, British Columbia
vintagemunro Store I'm listing this machine for a long-time customer and good friend... Iconic and rare, the P11 was built for the export market; primarily to the western US, where trail riding and desert racing was huge. American Bob Blair of ZDS Motors shoe-horned an Atlas twin engine into the Matchless G85CS frame, forks etc and sent it to the Norton folks at Plumstead as a prototype for a Norton that would blow away Triumph’s TR6C. Although it was a time consuming assembly, the newly created 745cc P11, P11a and Ranger were sold to the export scrambler market for two years and were a success not only for the struggling Norton financially but won the Mojave Desert racing titles for the two years they were produced. The market loved the styling and as such, the P11 influenced the new S Type that followed. The 1967 P11 had the upswept pipes and the 1968 P11A sported low pipes with upswept silencers. As was the way back in the day, motorcycles were dated in the year sold rather than the year produced. Hence this one is a ‘68 P11A. P11s had an Atlas twin 745cc engine with twin 930 concentric carbs, an alternator, cast alloy chain case and an AMC gearbox. This was fitted into the Matchless G85CS frame and came complete with AMC gaitered forks, AMC hubs and 7” brakes. They weighed 388 lbs, 52.5HP @ 6400 rpm and could top out at 105mph. Noted Canadian restoration expert Tim Bardsley restored this superb machine in the style of the P11; adding the rear sub-frame, seat, tail light, exhaust, etc and painting the bike in the P11 style. Tim’s high-quality and attention to detail is clearly evident in the hi-resolution images on my Flickr Album. To view the full-sized images on Flickr, click on the icon on the lower right of any image page and you'll be able to download or view all sizes. This matching number P11A was started, tested and carefully decommissioned for showroom display by the current owner. VIN P11125877, Engine and Frame 125877 USA shipments: The machine is located in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada (a suburb of Vancouver). We can assist with world-wide shipping - our customers have used the following companies with very good results: The current owner is prepared to transport the machine across the border to Blaine, WA and coordinate with a domestic US motorcycle carrier. If you elect to go this route, please budget about $325.00 for the related customs brokerage on top of the quote you get from a domestic US motorcycle shipper Optionally, TFX International specialize in moving high-value vehicles across the border and can be reached at the number below. Adam TFX International Specialized Vehicle Transport 11 City View Drive Etobicoke. ON M9W 5A5 Canada Phone 416.243.8531 Fax 416.243.8886 www.tfxinternational.co International shipments: Tony or Amanda Inter-Par Logistics Inc. 3845 Nashua Drive Mississauga, ON L4V 1R3 Tel.: 905-678-1288 Fax: 905-678-1289 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com We're happy to answer any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org - or you can call me at 1.613.230.7448 / 1.613.805.5401.