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Cool early Dunstall

Discussion in 'Things I've seen on craigslist/Ebay etc.' started by jimbo, Apr 8, 2019.

  1. jimbo

    jimbo VIP MEMBER

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  2. jbruney

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    Nice find.
     
  3. o0norton0o

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    From the craigslist location image that bike is very close to me geographically, if someone here is seriously interested in it's purchase, I would make sure it's a real bike and seller by checking it out in person for them...

    My only issue is the guy's comment, "It's too nice to ride". It's a 66 norton, not a chariot out of a 5,000 year old pyramid, ride the damn thing and enjoy it....
     
  4. Bernhard

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    The “Dunstall cam” alerts my suspicions to this bike, if my own experience with these Dunstall parts is anything to go by. The question remains, is it build by Dunstall himself or Dunstall parts brought/obtained to convert an Atlas to a Dunstall ?
     
  5. jimbo

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    I am guessing legit.

    http://jamiewaters.com/motorcycles.html


    norton j waters.jpg
     
  6. kommando

    kommando

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    More details here

    http://jamiewaters.com/forsale.html

    This is a fully 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. To clarify, this is not a Dunstall manufactured and dispatched bike, at least not according to VMCC records. Rather, it is a 1966 Norton Atlas 750 done up as a Dunstall Dominator, including many authentic, period Dunstall catalog items, by a former Norton dealer.
     

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