1953 norbsa cafe racer triton db34 bsa norton For Sale
I've had this norbsa for a while and have been recomissioning it not restoring I've tried to keep it looking like it should..
.originally a Norton model 7 1953
Frame is db31 with welded set back lugs which makes it indistinguishable from a db34 Goldie .
All other cycle parts are from a db34.
It has proffesionally balanced crank
High comp pistons
Iron head is bored and polished ...with big valves
All this info is from the guy who originally built the bike in the 60's I have written confirmation of all of this and he can confirm it didn't add a lot of speed but did increase fuel consumption.?
I have a few pictures from way back and pictures of as found.. in the back of his coal shed where it had stood since 1978..
It has new alloy flanged rims with new tt100 tyres fitted
All lights work
Gearbox leaks? It is stamped rrt2...but unsure if it is as he had a habit of stamping this on to look cool at the cafe...but he did say he bought a couple of rrt boxes so could be?
It starts easily and idles well but does need fettleing to get it to rev smoothly
The only thing it could do with is a set of cables as I just run out of steam..
Reason being although I have 2 copies of mot's from mid 70's and 2 copies of insurance documents the DVLA are being an arse and not giving me the original number back and insist on me dating and 're registering it..
You are free to pursue this at your leisure...
I will add more pics but this was taken last night...when I decided to sell
Oh I mot'd it today as I figured it may make the process a bit smoother..it passed
Obviously it's tax and mot excempt when registered
As I say needs a fettle to completely have this 100% but it is pretty good and useable as is
This is a good original 60's cafe racer and all genuine a true one off..
Some nice touches on it ....the gear lever folds out of the way to kick start it ...and many other small hand made parts
Any questions just ask
All offers considered
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