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Out of my inventory of donor bikes, I am constructing two (2) complete rebuilds, both being very special projects for me. I am offering them for sale with pricing yet to follow completion. Both projects exhibit my own tastes for colors and details. However, should someone be interested in either of these Nortons, this would be an excellent time to include some of your preferences. I welcome a conversation with any who may be interested.

-#DNT L/R FASTBACK CAFÉ….Conceived many years ago as my own bike, built my way with a desire to recreate my first Norton, also a Long Range Fastback. I have constructed it with the finest parts and components, in the spirit of a kick-butt custom café, applied some vivid color contrasts and finish treatments. The engine build is my version of “hotrod”. Featured will be a modified high flow Comstock head, a strong yet street worth cam grind by Webcam, and dual modified Amals by AMR of Arizona with Mikuni slides adapted. The engine is not experiment in any way as the same hotrod applications have been on the road for thousands of miles in #DN02. Other features include Brembo brake conversion and Koni rear shocks. Please note that for photo purposes I “quick” assembled the engine and hung the exhaust so I could display it with a clear visual of it’s final form. The head and barrel will need full detailing before final assembly. The tank logos will be in silver and the saddle will be shaped and reupholstered. I welcome inquiries. See photos in side bar. Click to enlarge.

-#DN01 CUSTOM ROADSTER REPLICA….My first rebuild out of this company, Doug’s Nortons (now Doug’s BAJA NORTONS). It was my exercise in silver, just wanted to kick up my heels a bit with new frame colors and identifying body treatments. This is the Norton that is currently the cover bike for the NOC’s (Norton Owners Club of England) 2013 calendar, widely distributed to Norton enthusiasts around the globe. Having done a lot of business with Corbin and many years prior to it becoming available, Mike Corbin shared his ideas for the “Smuggler” saddle, and what you see is the first one out of Hollister, I had to have it. I can only do a mock up of the bike with a newly powdercoated frame in a much more dynamic silver. I have the body work in my inventory (see photos ) as the customer who purchased it always had a desire for another color combo so I painted another set taking the originals back in trade. Also shown are many new parts, rechromed and powdercoated pieces that I accumulate in my inventory so assembly can flow smoothly when it is time. I have displayed photos of the original bike ( #DN01 ) to get a visual of the completed bike this build will replicate. The project is in it’s infancy so if you have interest, this is an excellent time to talk. See photos of the mock up and #DN01 in side bar photos. Click to enlarge.

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