Discussion in 'For Sale' started by speirmoor, Aug 11, 2010.
Sounds reasonable to me...
phoney ad if you ask me
Same picture here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1973-Norton-commando-750-/263465836787
Decent looking '73 Commando roadster in my area. Says fully restored, with receipts and restoration manual, and asking $12,500. If anyone is seriously interested, I'd be willing to take a look at it for them.
Ken, was/is that a Brit Iron Rebels member's bike? Looks familiar, but my memory isn't what it used to be...
Shortest ad ever
Someone in the P11 forum is looking for one
I don't know, Paul. I think I've seen it somewhere before, but don't recall where.
With no description, photos, and that price, I think the seller is gonna be keeping that one.
Poor ole Chopper Norton in Texas ,$1000
Atlas project. Looks like a lot of it there. https://miami.craigslist.org/brw/mcy/d/norton-atlas-nice-project-for/6536900589.html
For sale on Facebook Marketplace, 1972 Commando $10,999:
Well, to each his own on the paint job..... https://www.ebay.com/itm/Norton-Bod...rentrq:63a27ec01620a86046a7d812fffcfef6|iid:1
Decent priced west coast project 850 , hurry!
I note from email today that British Cycle Supply Co. (Canada) has steel Roadster tanks on special
$209 in the US
That's a helluva price. I better get the Titanic's tank tested and ready to paint. I already passed up a $250 USD-priced new steel tank.
Sorry - I have no idea over here in Oz!
Very puzzling to me how we can send stuff all over the world for reasonable shipping amounts, even farther distances, but shipping stuff to Aus/NZ almost always seems to cost double or more...
Yep - I agree
Although.. not sure why, but it seems shipping from US to OZ is almost always significantly dearer than from UK to OZ. And the Poms are further away! Go figure??
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