The current owner has owned this Norton since October 1974 when he bought it for carrier qualifying on the USS Lexington. It had 11,000 miles on it at the time. This Norton was his ride to and from the bases while in the Navy.
The owner/seller of this Norton rebuilt it from ground up in tje late 90’s and early 2000’s. The engine was sent to Britech New England for a perfect rebuild, but UPS dropped the box and damaged the case. The owner has the original case, which will be included with the bike. The current case was purchased new by Britech New England but the owner has not stamped the frame/engine number. Britech rebuilt the motor with new cases and all new parts. It has been ridden very little since. Always stored and covered in house or conditioned garage.
This 1973 Norton 750 is a fun ride, comfortable and smooth!
27,997 miles. Tach and Speedometer were rebuilt in 2004 keeping original miles.
Paint is in excellent condition. Red paint, fiberglass tank and side covers., Frame powder coated.
All metal is in excellent condition.
Lots of chrome. Chrome rims, all parts, bolts, nuts and washers were new, chromed and stainless when installed. Nice and shiny and in excellent condition.
Mechanically excellent with no known issues. New Amal carburetors, 3-phase alternator, Primary belt drive, Positive ground, new stainless spokes and chrome rims, lot of chrome, all new rubbers, oil lines, brakes – everything new, (even tires) when rebuilt.
Wheels & Tires
Front Tire: 3.25 – 19 new bought in 1999
Rear Tire: 4.10 – 19 new bought in 1999
Valuation Resource Guide
NADA suggests a #1 at $10,750
Hagerty suggests #1 at $13,000 and a #2 at $11,000
The original case and tail light and many extra parts are included. New stainless steel pipes and pea shooters – not installed but included.