1973 NORTON COMMANDO 850 MK 2. ABSOLUTELY OUTSTANDING, COMPREHENSIVELY

1973 Norton Commando 850 Bikeurious


Norton Motorcycles is a company that has been around since 1898. In the early years, they produced parts for all two-wheeled vehicles. It was 1902 when they began manufacturing racing motorcycles. They also added sidecar models for racing during the 1920s. During World War II, Norton Motorcycles stopped manufacturing commercial bikes.

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The bike Ken bought was a 1975 Norton Commando 850 Mark III Electric Start. Ken was working at FedEx and commuting 100 miles a day, and the need to keep that bike running with as little downtime as possible — leaving the bike at a shop meant no way to get to work — induced Ken to learn to work on his Norton. He soon learned he had a knack.

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1975 Norton 850 Commando Mark III. The vertical twin was in the late 1940s what the UJM design (the Universal Japanese Motorcycle, an air-cooled in-line four that was initiated by Honda's CB750.

1973 NORTON COMMANDO 850 MK 2. ABSOLUTELY OUTSTANDING, COMPREHENSIVELY


The 850 Interstate Mk. IIA was of first interest; a 6 gallon touring tank, an inordinately long seat for two-up comfort, most of the former Commando problems sorted, a strong bottom end running in Superblend bearings, crankcases reinforced with internal webbing and a nice clutch.

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The Norton Commando 850 Mark III also came with an electric "starter." Norton opted for a four-brush Prestolite starter (the same unit used on Harley Sportsters) but corner-cutting at the factory changed the four-brush system to the barely functional two-brush unit that was sold to the public. Some sources say the starter was downgraded to.

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The Norton is located in Bickenhill, England, and is being offered for sale here at H&H Auctioneers. The estimate on this Norton is that it will probably sell for between £20,000 and £25,000. The Commando was built by Norton between 1967 and 1977, which makes this one of the last examples produced. They are classed as a "naked bike.

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Available Colors. (2) Black. (1) Red. Norton Motorcycles is a company that has been around since 1898. In the early years, they produced parts for all two-wheeled vehicles. It was 1902 when they began manufacturing racing motorcycles. They also added sidecar models for racing during the 1920s. During World War II, Norton Motorcycles stopped.

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The Norton Commando is a British Norton-Villiers motorcycle with an OHV pre-unit parallel-twin engine, produced by the Norton Motorcycle company from 1967 until 1977. Initially having a nominal 750 cc displacement, actually 745 cc (45.5 cu in), in 1973 it became an 850 cc, actually 828 cc (50.5 cu in).It had a hemi-type head, similar to all OHV Norton engines since the early 1920s.

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This Norton Commando 850 Gets A French Face Lift. Despite the bike's gorgeous classic looks, it would be more accurate to describe its restoration as a "resto-mod." The engine is the original.

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The 1975 Commando represented a transition in Norton design; it was only two short years after the Norton-Villers brand had been absorbed into BSA Triumph.. and 1975 was also the first year that footshift control was moved to the left side of the engine. 850 Commandos used an 828cc engine that had a bore of 3.03 inches and a 3.503 stroke.

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From a stock motor you'll get around 58bhp at 5900rpm - that CB750 K7 supplied 67bhp at 8500rpm. And their on-road performance is similar, strangely enough, not least because the Norton's kerbside weight of 490lbs compares well with the Honda's 540lbs. The 850 Commando is a relaxed engine.

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A 1973 Norton Commando 850. Photo by Richard Backus. 1973 Norton Commando 850. Claimed power: 60hp @ 6,200rpm. Engine type: 828cc air-cooled OHV parallel twin, 77mm x 89mm bore and stroke, 8:5 compression ratio. Top speed: 122mph (period test) Weight (wet): 462lb (210kg) Continue Reading. Published on Aug 20, 2014.

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