Manx Norton Tribute Cafe Racer
Built way back in 1987 and featured upon the cover of "Classic
Mechanics" magazine December 1989. Built using a Slim Line Norton
Featherbed frame fitted with a 1960 single cylinder 500cc motor. The
sudo Manx sports shortened Norton Road Holder front forks, "John
Tickle" yolks and lamp bracket, 18" Akront front alloy rim, "John
Tickle" front brake with "bacon slicer", Manx style exhaust
megaphone and collar, replica Manx alloy fuel tank and front
mudguard, central Manx style oil tank, Unity Equip rear single seat,
Smith rev counter and speedo and many more tasty little
bits! Extremely pretty bike, to be fully serviced and MOT tested at
point of sale. Comes with V5C, HPi certificate (clear), "Classic
Mechanics" feature, old MOT certificates and supportive history.
Circa 400 miles only in 30 years. V5C states 1964 as manufacture
year. Delivery arranged.