I am selling my Big4 project which I will not get time to finish.
Norton Big4 from 1929 with all matching numbers. The bike was first registered on the 27th of march 1929. It was fitted from new with the CS1 tank and Webb forks as special order. I have the original registration papers.
The Big4 .....
Model: Big Four
Engine type: 4-stroke / sv
Frame number: 16146
Engine number: 13106
Norton relied on proprietary engines in its formative years - winning the inaugural Isle of Man TT with a Peugeot-engined .....
This is a fine looking example of a late flat tank vintage Norton, fully eligible for the Banbury Run & other similar class events. The last owner did his own leatherwork, making the the very handsome Gladstone bag expecially for the bike that you see on the rear carrier. The bike has now been run up .....
This is a circa 1926 Model 18 Norton fitted with the larger 588cc long stroke OHV motor to build the flat tank Norton equivalent of a 3/4.5 Bentley.
Its got really nice touches like an AMAC TT carburettor, all AMAC levers, proper fabric covered cables, Indeed, lots of nice period details.