1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.

1975 Norton 850 Commando

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.

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1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.
1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.
1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.
1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.
1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.
1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.
1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.
1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.
1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.
1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.
1975 Norton 850 Commando 

The 850 cc MK3 Commando was launched in 1975 with an improved specification, i.e. electric starter, "isolastic head steady" for improved vibration absorption, left side gear change, right side foot brake (to comply with United States vehicle regulations) and a rear disc brake. With a top speed of 115 mph and sporting a 58 hp 828 cc vertical twin motor and separate four speed transmission, these pre unit bikes were popular up to the day that the factory doors were close for good. This classic survivor is in very complete and original condition, although the metallic red paint and seat cover looks to be new. This motorcycle has been on static display for a number of years and will need to be given the once over and a complete service prior to safely putting her back on the road.