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Pictures of your Norton Commandos

Discussion in 'Norton Commando Motorcycles (Classic)' started by TravNorton, Apr 25, 2010.

  1. Nater_Potater

    Nater_Potater VIP MEMBER

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    And, for the side view:

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  2. Sean Wyett

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    Thanks Nater! I'll post a few more when I get a chance.
     
  3. pierodn

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    1969 and 1970 S.
     
  4. Nater_Potater

    Nater_Potater VIP MEMBER

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    In the shed with the top end apart for Jim's exhaust thread repair.
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    The pistons and bores are incredibly free of any scoring, so here's hoping that I can merely re-ring the old girl. Once the pieces are clean, a quick feeler gauge check will prove that out. What really sucks is that the good Spring riding weather is just starting to come on strong.

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  5. pierodn

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    Norton to day.

    Greetings from Italy

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  6. russhud

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    Here's my first complete Norton, picked it up last weekend off of Craigslist. I just resumed work on the one I'm building from parts (I started a thread on it a couple of years ago).

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  7. joeboomer999

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  8. pierodn

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    Greetings from Italy.
    Ciao
    Piero
     
  9. Fast Eddie

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    That's beautiful Piero.

    Really, really nice job.

    Especially for an Italian...
     
  10. pierodn

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    Why?
    Italians do it better!
    But it would be much better if we stopped with nationalities and we consider only all Europeans!
    Ciao
    Piero
     
  11. tpeever

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    Lovely!! Great to see a gaggle of Nortons any day!!!
     
  12. DonOR

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    It looks like las bellas ragazzas are impressed as well!
     
  13. pierodn

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    Hi.
    I agree with you.
    Plural is: "le belle ragazze".
    Singular is: "la bella ragazza"
    Ciao
    Piero
     
  14. DonOR

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    Sorry Piero, I dont mean to muff up italian!
    (my mom's family is from Travigno)

    Aloha,
    Don
     
  15. pierodn

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  16. PeterCrespin

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    Time I got the old girl fired up again. The K2FC magneto was rebuilt and only did a few miles but that was then, this is now. What's the best battery-less self-generating ignition these days? Anything electronic or do they all need a battery?

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  17. trident sam

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    Great bike !!

    With regard to the ignition, try www.electrexworld.co.uk

    They do a lighting/ignition , and just ignition kit. Look up stator kits on their site STK-102D and STK 012.
    I use one of their ignition kits on a BSA Victor, it all works just fine.
    sam
     
  18. grandpaul

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    Quite a few tricky bits on that bike. I like it.

    Welcome to the forum.
     
  19. Fast Eddie

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    Very interesting bike there Peter.

    Care to tell us a little about it?

    Please...!
     
  20. fiatfan

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    Eddie; just klick one of the pics, and there´s more, both pics and reading. After looking at that, I´d classify this bike as a couple of notches above "very" interesting.....
    Tommy
     

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