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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by theturtleshead, Jan 5, 2013.
She doesn't look like this anymore but still love this pic !
Norvil floating disc and Lockheed caliper-two finger operation now!
Brembo clutch,brake mastercylinder AND Honda switchgear courtesy of CNW.
Just makes it all a bit easier,day to day usability!
Cause it looks like this now .
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Thirty years of Norton ownership. Yes, I did other things between the two photos!
Looks like you built a shed for one thing
Commandos always seem to be long term ownership machines. Must be nice having that much history with a bike.
Yeah you took the mirror off!
Race bikes at Barber;
Shifter/brake arrangment on #34;
ES2 Racer from down under;
Nobby with 2 of Bob's Champagne Norton Racing Team bikes;
Nobby and Alex;
The "Old Boy" in the foreground, Bob's Pre-40s bike, ridden by Alex Mclean to many Ahrma championships;
Paul Smart giving Alex advise on how to ride a beveldrive OHC bike
Colorado Norton Works bikes on display @ Barber
My wife asking why her's doesn't look like this;
I got to ride this one around @ Barber a couple years ago;
1924 Model 18;
More Nortons @ Barber;
Pretty cool footage here guys of Peter Williams on the Norton John Player F750.
On Ebay right now, Norton Sidecar Kneeler Race Bike
Oh my! that Norton Kneeler makes my mouth water. too bad it's a left hand chair. Local also. must refrain, must resist!
Nice link Steve I enjoyed that.