Pictures of your Norton Commandos

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

  1. NortonMKIIA850

    NortonMKIIA850

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    I'd be tempted to leave it looking like that, if it could be stored dry, and only ride it on dry days! :D
     
  2. oldbeezer

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    That crossed my mind but it is too much patina for me, besides I would have to deal with all the young hipsters asking how they could get their honda (or what ever) to get that "authentic" look
    The Gator it is!
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  3. cliffa

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    If it doesn’t have a brown seat hipsters won’t be interested.:(
     
  4. oldbeezer

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    what's wrong with brown seats
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  5. know_fear

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    I'm in the process of getting my '69 model "R" back on the road after storing it for the last 9 years. The frame and trans numbers match but the engine has no number at all. I wonder if the left side case had been damaged and replaced by a previous owner. Any ideas? This bike has the external tach drive gearbox off the camshaft and the conical clutch cover but the frame is not the "widowmaker". I made the rearsets and mounted lower bars to get out of the wind, it's actually comfortable.

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  6. cliffa

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    Oops!
     
  7. delagem

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    My 1972 Roadster Combat. Tri-Spark, 13mm Master Cylinder, XS650 breather, Clubman bars, and an eBay cafe fairing...

    [​IMG]IMG_1075 by michael delage, on Flickr
     
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