79X100 NORTON RESTORATION AND RIDE
G'day Steve, great to see your blog has kicked off. Nice pic of the Domi.Ride safe.Jules.
Thanks Jules , I will pull this shot out later and return it as the resto unfolds , but with so little up just now, it can stay for a week or two SK
Hello Steve,Greetings from across the Tasman and a warm welcome to the world of blogging! I grew up on Triumph twins but I love Nortons too. My mate Paul is a complete Norton enthusiast and you'd really get on together! He has a 750 Commando road bike, an 850 Commando racebike and an ES2 as a recent acquisition.Cheers and safe riding,Geoff
Welcome Geoff ,and thanks for logging in ,I have been benefiting from other peoples blogs [including yours ]for some time and Jules has been encouraging me to set one up .I see it as an open diary and hope a few other people will find it interesting ,I wouldn't want people to take me too seriously if I seem a bit tender over oil leaks or refer to a Honda Goldwing as a Plastic Wing or a lead Wing you can presume I am joking .JP sent me some pics of Pauls ? bikes in a shed so I studied that 850 race bike pretty hard .I had a 1953 ES2 swing arm model and sold it to fund raise for a K2 Honda back in 1973 but I now have about 85% of a garden gate 1950 ES2 its a rolling chassis now and are searching for engine bits ,might even do some more on that one next Cheers Steve
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