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1975 Norton Commando on 2040-motos

YearYear:1975 MileageMileage:30 ColorColor: Black

Berwick, Maine, United States

Berwick, Maine, United States
1975 Norton Commando, image 1

Norton Commando photos

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Norton Commando description

This is a 75 commando, been in storage for years. 
30k miles
Put gas in , battery and it started right up in 4 kicks. 

Runs Well! Quiet motor! 

Rear brakes need rebuild 

A little TLC and this will be an Awesome bike ! 

As is. 

Starter has been removed

Payment in form of a certified bank check.

Shipping will be handled by buyer.

For sale locally as well 
Sold with bill of sale and Official State Transfer 

Please message with any questions. 

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