Cafe Racer, Norton, Triton, Custom, streetfighter, bobber

Price: £2,500.00
Condition: Used
Item location: TW13 4QT, United Kingdom
Make: Norton
Model: Custom
Type: Cafe Racer
Year: 1958
Color: Aluminium

Here is my bike for sale. it has been photographed and admired by people from all over the world. featured in streetfighter. cafe racer & 100% biker magazines. it is not a comfortable tourer but a balls out racer that is extremely quick. this bike is not for the novice riderNorzuki - 1958 Norton featherbed with bandit 1200 engine. engine has been bored out to 1216 by Ken Cooper. gas flowed head. adjustable cam sprockets. kent fast cams. TES billet aluminium sprocket cover. ISR master cylinder. MTC lock up clutch with breather into aluminium catch tank mounted to earls oil cooler. manual cam chain tensioner. RS 38 flat slide carbs with aluminium bell mouths. one off exhaust exiting thru 2 reverse cone end cans. sounds like a ferrari on steroids at full chat. all providing 149BHP at the rear wheel. Front end is hayabusa with radial calipers. one off billet yokes hand finished to give that period look. single headlight with digital speedo. arris clip ons. black braided lines through out. ISR master cylinders. rear end is complete ZRX. swingarm and wheel powder coated black. GSXR 1000 rear sets. Aluminium 5 gallon tank and yes it does have a dent in it. pingel fuel tap. kinda gives it that racer look. Aluminium seat unit housing the battery. No test rides will be given without a serious amount of cash left as a deposit. I reserve the right to remove the advert as the bike is advertised elsewhere. a £500 deposit is required from the end of the auction. I could help with delivery at a charge of £1 per mile each way. Steve 07738423429

On 10-Oct-14 at 19:27:33 BST. seller added the following information:

I also have the original Green Log Book which adds to its providence. reg is also 3 letters & 3 numbers but not transferable

On 10-Oct-14 at 19:29:42 BST. seller added the following information:

Also MOT & Tax exempt. I however put the bike thru an  MOT annually. gives peace of mind

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