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Old 5th May 2010, 15:33   #1
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Dear All,

This bike has been restored by one of my friend (From Hyderabad). A neat and clean restoration i must say.

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Old 5th May 2010, 16:06   #2
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Man ... I wish I could afford a Norton like this.
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Old 5th May 2010, 16:22   #3
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Running out of words, Mate.

All I can say is hats off to your friends passion & dedication in ensuring the restoration does justice to this beauty. Great Job!!!

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Wow. What can I say. A superb specimen.
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I'm awestruck mate. A breathtaking beauty indeed.
Wish i could have one.. Sigh...
It's very rare to see these beauties here(in India).

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Drool-maal!!! The engine has been restored amazingly well... Love the original parts.

Are these part of the original equipment or were they sourced recently?
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Fabulous.
Kudos to your friend who has painstakingly restored the Norton back to its glory.
The painting and the detailing is just awesome.
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This time machine looks amazing. Is it more of a collection or he restores it to sell it?
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This time machine looks amazing. Is it more of a collection or he restores it to sell it?
Not a collector really, but this one is up for grabs.
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