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11 New 1975 Norton Commandos Found in Belgium! - Classic British Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

I enjoyed the line about the owner having a reputation for being difficult. :rolleyes:
I've known a few of those. There was a shop in St. George (Utah) that had rooms full of bikes that were crazy expensive.
Truth was, he just didn't want to sell any of them.
I tried to talk him down to a reasonable (fair market) price on a FJ1100 once. Every time I mentioned it he raised the price $200.
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He had a 87 (red) and a rainbow warrior (95) for sell that he was asking new price for. He did convince me that they were worth trying out.
When he died a few years back it turns out that he had a lot more bikes stashed away. Lots of old British iron, and other classics.
 

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I'd rather have the G80 Matchless in the crate.
 
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The "Isolastic" suspension was good to snuff vibrations, but the swingarm needs to NOT swing on the horizontal plane. Wow, did I say that right????:eek:
 

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That is one cool find.
 
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