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Norton mc Ex WD 16H  1942 for sale Norton mc Ex WD 16H   1942   GB   GBP 6000 Private

Norton mc Ex WD 16H 1942 for sale

Norton 16H EX WD this bike has not been messed with all original with all the right bits .History the bike served with the 24th Tank brigade which were in north Africa Sicily and Italy letters from
Norton mc 16H 500cc 1 cyl sv   1942 for sale Norton mc 16H 500cc 1 cyl sv   1942   AT   EUR 9500 Classic Motorcycle

Norton mc 16H 500cc 1 cyl sv 1942 for sale

Manufacturer: NortonModel: 16HYear: 1942Capacity: 490ccEngine type: 4-stroke / svCylinders: 1Power: 14hp@4500rpmWeight: 176kgBore/stroke: 79x100mmTopspeed: 109kmhFrame number: W76549Engine number: W76


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Latest PostWar Classics for sale

1957 Norton mc M50  350cc 1cyl ohv Norton mc M50 350cc 1cyl ohv 1957 NL EUR 6500 Dealer

Norton mc M50 350cc 1cyl ohv 1957 for sale

The pre-war version of the Model 50 started production in 1933 and used a smaller version of the engine in the Model 18 and ES2.
During the \'30s, the open diamond frame and cycle parts were usuall...
1953 Norton mc  M7  Dominator 500cc 2 cyl ohv Norton mc M7 Dominator 500cc 2 cyl ohv 1953 NL EUR 7500 Dealer

Norton mc M7 Dominator 500cc 2 cyl ohv 1953 for sale

Norton jumped, somewhat belatedly, onto the vertical twin bandwagon in 1949, when it introduced the Bert Hopwood-designed Model 7.
The new 500cc engine went into the existing ES2 plunger-frame/tel...

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