A stolen Norton

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Stolen...We heard from our friends at Britbike that Rick Roper got rid of his Norton in a very bad way.

If you soon come across a beautifully renovated Norton 650 SS that meets the description, you can contact Rick via:

GSM 07783 066869
Work 0113 343 6445
Home - 01422 323546
Home Email -
Work Email -


Stolen 650SS1The description is:

1964 Norton 650ss
Engine No. 18ss / 110309 / P
Slimline Featherbed Frame No. 18 / 110309
Gearbox no. NA5849
Akront aluminum rims, 19 ”- stainless steel spoked, Dunlop TT100 Roadmaster tires
Unity Equipe Manx type 5-gallon alu tank tank
Fiber glass Unity Equipe central oil tank
Tanks are red and black edged with varnish
BTH magnet, not the usual Lucas
RGM Motors primary belt
Stainless steel rear fender
Unity 18 ”Manx-style semi dual seat
Norton short Roadholder fork
Dominator single leading shoe for brake, standard Dommie hub & anchor plate
John Tickle rear brake plate, polished aluminum
Wired with 'household' wiring
Triumph-type oval Zener diode
Chromed Lucas 7 ”headlight housing, wipac quad-optic halogen lamp
With square (MZ) dim switch

To conclude with a positive sound: the thief has an extremely good taste

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