CLASSIFIEDS
Updated
September 18, 2017

New - 1959 Dominator 99 Bob Cox's Custom Classic Cycles
2006 Triumph T100 1969 Triumph 650 Trophy
1982 Honda FT500 Ascot Track Bike 1973 750 Norton Commando
1970 Triumph Tiger 650 1974 Norton Commando Roadster
Steve Adkins' Preservation Cycle Six Cylinder Honda CBX Engine

(Listed 9/17/2017)
Bought at auction in UK 2004 as a total restoration project. New seat from Leightons and new tinware from U.K. as well. Lots of powder coating. Old muguards if you want them. Sold with Bill of Sale and invoice from Cheffins.  All the small bits already boxed up and ready to go. $3000 firm. Call or email any questions. Paul Larson, 281-658-6931, palars1@yahoo.com
 


(Listed 9/7/2017)
2006 Triumph T100. Only 909 miles. Contact Phil Dansby at Us850@aol.com.


(Listed 8/28/2017)
1982 Honda FT500 Ascot Track Bike, $1800
-Headwork,track cam and pipe by White Bros
-Overbored to 540cc,Arias 10.5 piston
-Lockhart oil cooler
-Mikuni 41mm Flat side carb with K&N filter
-Lighter XR rotor/flywheel
-Progressive fork springs, Koni adj shocks
-Fork damper, Russell brake line, rear set pegs
-Extra gearing for 8 ratios, Paddock stand, shop manual
-Continental, ContiClassicAttack tires
- No kick or electric starter
-Fully safety wired
This bike was last raced in CRRC/CMRA 1989-1992
I have taken it for track days at MSR Cresson twice in the last two years.
I have kept it in a climate controlled garage.
Interesting trades considered;) Contact Dan at 214-808-6275 or dan@piassick.com



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(Listed 7/31/2017)
1973 Norton 750 Commando  I have owned this Norton since October 1974 when I bought it for myself for carrier qualifying on the USS Lexington. It had 11,000 miles. This Norton was my ride to and from the bases while in the Navy. I rebuilt it from ground up in late 90’s and early 2000’s. I sent the engine to Britech New England for a perfect rebuild and UPS dropped the box and damaged the case. I have the original case and will be included. This case was purchased new by Britech New England but I have not stamped the frame/engine number. Britech rebuilt 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. All parts, bolts, nuts and washers were new, chromed and stainless when installed.

New Amal carburetors, 3 phase alternator, Primary belt drive, Positive ground, new stainless spokes and chrome rims, paint is excellent, lot of chrome, all new rubbers, oil lines, brakes – everything new, even tires when rebuilt.  Tach and Speedometer were rebuilt in 2004 keeping original miles.  27,997 miles now, Red paint, fiberglass tank and side covers.  All metal is in excellent condition, frame powder coated, new stainless steel pipes and pea shooters – not installed but included, mechanically excellent with no known issues.  Front Tire: 3.25 – 19 new bought in 1999 Rear Tire: 4.10 – 19 new bought in 1999.  The original tail light and many extra parts are included.  Asking $9,995 OBO.  Contack Tom Hanson at tgh767@gmail.com

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(Listed 7/31/2017
CBX Engine, in good condition. Complete except for the cylinder head. First $500 takes it.
Contact Richard Cross at rcross@aero-components.com

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(Listed 7/31/2017
1969 Triumph 650 Trophy; I am 3rd owner; bought from Luis Llano/Relic Cycles in 2005; Luis purchased from original owner in 1992; Luis rebuilt top-end before I purchased; approx. 18,000 total miles; 11,000 on speedo; Steve Adkins performed complete serviced Jan. 2016, plus replaced head bearings and clutch plates; very good, unrestored shape; tank and covers repainted; runs great; asking $7,000 or, will trade for a nice, low mileage, Triumph Thruxton, 2014 or newer.; call Mike at 817-214-4371.

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(Listed 7/28/2017
Classic 1970 Triumph Tiger 650. Not an "oil in frame" model. New tires only have about 400 miles on them, electronic timing (no points), new spark plugs, new battery, always garage kept. Everything on the bike works except the odometer. Previous owner said it didn't work while he owned it either so I don't know the actual mileage.

Very strong engine with no mechanical issues at all. Starts on the first kick! Not the original paint but it still looks great. Color is ivory and burgundy just like a 1966 model with period specific decals. Really want it to go to a good home with someone who will appreciate it. It's a great machine with a clean Texas title. Asking $5,700 OBO. I can't transport it myself so buyer would need to come pick it up. I live in McKinney. Contact Ray rayisom@gmail.com or 469-765-6680

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(Listed 5/16/2017
1974 Norton Commando Roadster, 19k miles, I'm the second owner. Mostly original but repainted due to master cylinder leak. Has Brembo now but have original. Motor, trans, frame and title numbers all match. In Little Rock AR. $6K. Call Mike at (501) 765-8333.


(Updated 3/8/2017)
1977 Suzuki GT250 for sale. Running, clear title, new rings, new points, new Antigravity 4 cell battery, new Avon Road Riders tires/tube, new seat cover. Located in SW Arlington. $2,250 or $2,000 for an NTNOA member.  Call or text Dat Mai at 817-808-8829.

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Commando’s are my specialty.

I repair, restore, renovate and upgrade all things Norton Commando.

I do e-start conversions using Alton, CNW or my own “Dreer style” ring gear system.

My shop rate is $45 per hour. I use quality parts mainly from the UK and top Commando specialists such as Jim Comstock.

I will provide round trip pickup and delivery service in the DFW metroplex for a total of $50.

Pictured on right, top to bottom, left to right:
1) Sid Guilliot’s ‘72 750 Electric Start Interstate,
2) Sid’s E-start detail, 1st 750 e-start in Houston,
3) Marq Jone’s one owner 850 Hi-Rider less the ape hangers,
4) Detail showing engine cosmetic work, e-start and baby ham can,
5) Richard Asprey’s 1974 850 Roadster with restored original paint,
6) Drive side detail showing restored original tank decal,
7) My 1973 850 much modified Commando with twin disc front stopper and e-start of course, and
8) LOP 2016 1st Place Commando I built from the ground up (my first e-start).

These last two Commandos were recently part of the NTNOA display at the International Motorcycle Show in Dallas.

For anything Commando call or text Bob Cox at 214-636-7368 or send an email to... Bob@CustomClassicCycles.com

 

 

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Hey guys!
Just letting you know my shop is open and ready to work on your Nortons or anything else you have.

I'd love to get involved with the club helping to promote events or whatever I can do.
My website is Preservationcycle.com.   I can be reached at (214) 578-5047. Let me know what I can do or if you need any information or anything!

Thanks!
Steve Adkins


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