1977 Norton Commando Roadster Mk3 for Sale – £SOLD

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1977 Norton Commando Roadster Mk3 for Sale, Rare 850cc Electric Start Classic.

Arguably The Greatest Of The Great British Twins.


1977 Norton Commando Roadster Mk3 For Sale (1)1977 Norton Commando Roadster Mk3 for Sale, John Player Norton with only 13,000 Miles, full and very detailed restoration at great cost and time, this particular bike is a MUST SEE MACHINE. You will be stunned by the quality and condition of this amazing motorcycle.This is a NUT & BOLT beautiful JPN Norton, Probably the best and last you will ever see. Painstakingly restored and Ready to ride

Arguably the greatest of the great British twins, Norton’s Commando reached its final form with the electric-start Mk3 850. It was almost too modern in some senses…


1977 Norton Commando 850 MkIII Electric Start, JPN = ( John Player Norton )
Year of manufactuer: 1977
Date of first registration: 01.03.1977
Date of first registration in the UK: 01.03.1977
With just 4 Former Keepers since.
Age of vehicle 44 years old.
Vin\Chassis/Frame no. 333291
Engine no. 333291
Reg: SPV 234R
Mileage: 13,330
Taxation class: HISTORIC VEHICLE : )
Mot & Tax exempt : )
Cubic capacity 829 CC
Type of fuel: PETROL
Wheelplan: 2-WHEEL
Type approval number: EXEMPT

Immense amount of receipts / bills / from well known Norton specialists, L@@K at the end of the YouTube video and you will see.
Much time and and money spent, also many photo’s as can be seen in the YouTube Video. ( Well over 100 ‘Pictures on both sides’ )
You really need to come and see the bike and to read and L@@K at the bikes file of docs / pictures to understand what this bike is all about.

All vehicle related document / DVLA Registration document / many old Mot’s showing all mileages / Keys + etc etc.

Recently Fitted

Please L@@K at the pics and Video and hopefully you will understand why this bike is £SOLD

It was the Commando’s vibration-beating Isolastic frame that enabled Norton Villiers to prolong the life of their ageing parallel twin. Launched in 1967, the Commando used the preceding Featherbed-framed Atlas model’s 750cc engine and AMC gearbox, and was an instant hit with the motorcycling public, being voted Motor Cycle News ‘Machine of the Year’ for five consecutive years. It might have been a little down in top speed compared to rivals such as BSA-Triumph’s 750cc triples and Honda’s CB750 four, but the Commando more than made up for this minor deficiency with superior mid-range torque and steadier handling. Introduced in 1973, the ‘850’ (actually 829cc) featured a larger bore, through-bolted cylinder block, stronger gearbox casting and an all-metal clutch among a host of other, more minor improvements. The extra capacity provided the 850 with even more mid-range urge, and the model would continue as the sole Commando after 1975 when the MkIII was introduced. An electric starter was the major MkIII innovation, while other upgrades included a rear disc brake, left-side gear lever, right-side rear brake lever and an automatic primary chain tensioner.

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