This stunning matching numbers UK bike from new, has had the same owner for the last 50 years, during which time he has lavished much attention and care on this beautiful Dommie and is in absolutely fantastic condition, but due to age, has now decided it is time for someone else to enjoy her.
She was built in Bracebridge Street, Birmingham on the 29th April 1958 and was despatched to Morrington Garage in Co.Durham on the 9th of May 1958 as confirmed from the Norton Factory Records via the Norton Owners Club.
The Dominator was a game-changer when introduced - its handling unsurpassed until the 1970’s thanks to its revolutionary Featherbed Frame as designed by Rex McCandless and its legendary Roadholder forks. The 600cc engine gave the bike strong acceleration and the Dommie was the backbone of Norton production for many years.
Still wearing her original registration number, the bike sports a 12 volt conversion and is a super easy starting bike, quickly settling down to a nice tick-over once warmed up and rides faultlessly.
A rare beast; in that she has had the same custodian for over half a century, who in his younger days toured extensively on her, visiting Germany, Austria, France and many other European countries over the years and she is showing 53,242 miles and is in superb all-round condition and running and riding superbly well, with new Avon Roadrider tyres recently fitted. Over the years he meticulously serviced the bike during his ownership and has kept her in first class condition throughout and has just had a new battery fitted and she comes with an original owners workshop manual as well as a later Haynes one and a few spares.
A video of her running can be shared (she sounds glorious!) -just message me and I will send you a link.
I can send high-res images of the bike to you via We Transfer if required -please just message me.
Viewing most welcome (social distancing to be strictly adhered to) near Henley-on-Thames: RG9 5NB and I can help with courier/ or delivery if required, again observing strict social distancing practices.
This bike must been seen as the photos do not do it justice! A superb opportunity to own such handsome machine in first class order, certainly one of the best in the country right now, with a known provenance for the last 5 decades and offers superb value at just £7,495
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