I put this one together from the sump trap up. Many good bits that make it a great clubman style café racer. Started life as a `64 Atlas. It can't be cheap as I have too much invested, however I will entertain reasonable offers. Please, if you can't afford it look elsewhere or build your own. Bike's performance has been proven on numerous NorCal club outings and is only just run in properly. Truth is I have too many bikes to look after and it's time to simplify. I have many other photos and videos available...please ask if interested in seeing or learning more about this bike. I can be reached by voice or text at 530-902-1670 Briefly, here are some of it's special features: Grimeca 4 leading shoe front brake, alloy top triple clamp, overhauled magneto, "O"-ring primary chain and a 12V sealed battery. Very good Avon tires, high rise (swan style) clip-on handlebars, cylinder head, engine cases, transmission case all vapor blasted, custom black & silver paint scheme (there …
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2003 Triumph Speed Triple. It has the "Power Commander" fitted and its been dialed in on a dyno (smooth from idle to redline). The bike is located in Arizona.
Belonged since the 1980s to a professional motorcycle mechanic from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I tried to track the previous history through the Alberta Motor Vehicle Branch, but failed because of privacy laws. That gentleman died around 2002. His partner inherited the bike and kept it in dry, heated, storage in Vancouver until I bought it in September 2013. It had not run for more than ten years. According to his partner, the owner ‘did a ground up restoration’ in 2000-2001. My only proof is a Polaroid photo of the bike with the head off, and that the bike runs beautifully. That photo is dated ‘March 01’. Lucas AB11 electronic ignition installed. Everything works.
A friend of mine judges British motorcycles at Vancouver's large All British Field Meet. He assesses my bike as a notch below 'concourse' on the Hagerty Insurance scale. The reason it is not 'concourse' is because there are non-original elements to the bike, such as the LED lighting and the single Mikuni…
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THIS WILL FIT ONLY ON 850 CYLINDERS . SHORT STROKE 750 ENGINE USED 850 CYLINDER. SHIPPING IN STATES $50 AND WILL BE BOXED TO PROTECT IT. WILL SHIP OUT OF USA ASK FOR A QUOTE.
Up for sale is a 77 Yamaha XS650 in wonderful condition. This bike is just out of a most impressive collection and has been looked after by one of CT/NY's premier m/c mechanics. This bike features alloy rims, Manx mudguard, 2/1 exhaust, DS headlight, single speedo gauge (clean look) and flat tracker seat. Wiring all cleaned up plus tender hookup. There is just 20k miles on the odometer. The bike runs perfectly and looks amazing.
Motorcycle season is fast approaching; here's your opportunity to be riding in classic style or simply add this great machine to your collection.
Price is $6950 OBO
Thanks for having a look and feel free to call with any questions at two------03----/ / / six71,`````sixtwo26 brian
P.S. Also available are a Toaster Tank BMW 50/5, a BMW R65, a Honda Valkyrie, Bultaco 360 dirt, and a Dunstall Norton Commando all from the same collection. Those will be listed soon - all inquiries are welcome.
ORIGINAL FACTORY .SO YOU KNOW THEY FIT..NO CRACKS OR WELDS. BUT THERE ARE A SMALL FEW SPOTS THAT HAVE A LITTLE BRAZE IN THEM TO FILL IN . NO BIG DENTS ETC WAS GOING TO CHROME. BUT CHANGED MY MIND... ORIGINAL FACTORY.
This a completely rebuilt, numbers matching, 1974 Norton Commando. It is shown in Black, but I have a set in Red as well. The tank and side covers are new EMGO and painted by Blake Conway in CA. To read about this bike being built from the beginning to end plus lots of pictures, look here: https://www.gregmarsh.com/MC/Norton/Norton_1974.aspx
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