This is a true Dunstall Norton Commando 750. Original Dunstall features include lightweight Borrani alloy rims, dual front disc brakes, alloy front fender, fiberglass fairing, tank and seat, alloy fork yoke with clip-ons, pre-siamese exhaust with balance tube and Dunstall Decibel silencers*, flow tested head with larger inlet valves and machined pistons, performance camshaft, velocity stacks**, rear-set foot pegs, speedo in km (14,000), and 21 tooth countershaft sprocket. Over the past two years, the bike has been cleaned up and restored to make it look good and more reliable, including Buchanan stainless steel spokes, Avon AM26 tires, new fork tubes, slider seals and gaiters, front brake piston and caliper O-rings, JIC3 brake lines and adapters, Nissen vintage master cylinder with brake light switch, ethanol-resistant Caswell tank coating, re-chromed pipes, levers and chain guard, Barnett throttle, choke, clutch and rear brake cables and clutch plates, Ikon adjustable rear …
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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 …
1924 INDIAN Scout up for grabs!! Original paint. Bike runs great! No flaws.
THIS IS A ORIGINAL FRONT HUB MADE FOR SINGLE DISC. NOT A RE-PRO. ONLY ORIGINAL HUBS HAVE THE NAME ENGRAVED IN THE CENTER. BEARING ARE LIKE NEW.. FREE SHIPPING IN STATES. ASK FOR A QUOTE IF OUT OF USA.
Time to move on to some other things in the garage. Enjoyed the bike very much this past summer.
NEW -Isolastics (adjustable) -Battery -Dave Head Steady -Fork seals, and bushings -Front master rebuild -Front caliper rebuild and SS pistons -Front brake pads -Windscreen -Harness (both) -Tri-Spark Ignition and coils -Premier 32mm Amal carbs -Barnett clutch -O ring clutch pushrod modification -Fresh gaskets on primary and trans -Chain -Drive sprocket -Rear shocks -Rear brake shoes -Avon tires -Oil Reed valve modification -Braided oil lines -Petcocks -Braided fuel lines -cNw Oil tank modification
I am sure that there is something I forgot. Point is that the bike has had a lot of time and money spent to make it into a reliable daily rider. Has never left me on the side of the road. Starts on the first or second kick.
Has a few period parts Dunstall fairing. Not in the best shape. Can see some poorly done repairs. Dunstall pipes, sound great! Rearsets, I think…
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…
My brother and I are selling my father's BMW R75/5 LWB with toaster tank. This was his favorite bike, but he is no longer able to ride. This is not a show bike, but a good, reliable motorcycle. It has been on numerous long trips, and never let my father down.
Some details about the bike: VIN date: 12/72 Serial Number 2998xxx Purchased 1/2003 odo 42,685 Tank and fenders painted 2010 Chrome on exhaust ok, not great Chrome on side covers ok Tires almost new Rebuilt speedo/tach with new cables EME alternator and electronic ignition Most of electrical replaced with new Ignition key instead of stock key Powder coated frame Carbs rebuilt Front forks rebuilt
I have one set of Red metallic and one set of Black, hand pinstriped, brand new, tanks and side covers. One set will go on the 1974 Commando I'm building and you can decide which one that is for me by buying the other set!
These are brand new EMGO that I had painted by Blake Conway in CA. EMGO is not always great, but these are top quality. Heavy metal and the tanks are baffled just like the OEM tanks. IMHO, they are better than original.
The red set is metallic, but the flakes are tiny so it sparkles in the sun but doesn't look ridiculous.
Another set Blake painted for me helped me win first place Norton with my 1972 Combat at the Maryland Classic Motorcycle Day, May 19, 2019. PM me or write me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more pictures.
Your choice, $1900 + whatever shipping costs me, OBO. I know, it sounds like lot, but the tank and side covers from JRC are about $471 + shipping and they are raw steel.
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