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Not mine, but wow, too good to pass up if you are near Nevada!

Complete frame and engine missing right sidecover and maybe a few small bits. Unknown internal condition.

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https://www.accessnorton.com/NortonCommando/free-bsa-stuff.33381

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‘67 LA65xxxxx Y. With folding footpegs !!! Nice single carb head………
Maybe someone here with access to that site can get some contact info for this guy posted here.

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Spitfire frame and Lighting engine. If this was anywhere near me, I couldn't rest until I had it in the back of my truck heading back home!!


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Calling all brit bike hot rodders! And also hoarders. Free! Is this the same one I saw on the Access Norton forum?

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Originally Posted by Rocketman71
Calling all brit bike hot rodders! And also hoarders. Free! Is this the same one I saw on the Access Norton forum?


Ummm, in the original post to this thread, GrandPaul gives the link to the Access Norton thread for the BSA in question. Reread the post.


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Ummm, in the original post to this thread, GrandPaul gives the link to the Access Norton thread for the BSA in question.

I read that when it was posted. I'm old, so I can't be expected to have noticed the link or remember it if I did! After all, it was yesterday, wasn't it? Plus I drink.

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Originally Posted by Rocketman71
Plus I drink.


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How much is that baby , Ill buy that .... I fall into the Hoarder category I think.... Lucky its too far away


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Here is Martin's e-mail address:

martinheisler

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Thanks GrandPaul, I sent him an email to see if he still has it.


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Originally Posted by breeze1954
Thanks GrandPaul, I sent him an email to see if he still has it.

I didn't see anyone on AccessNorton replying, and he said he'd save it for me if I ever showed up (but I told him that would likely never happen).

So, I think it's yours!


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Yes I believe it is, just got the logistics squared away. My grandson will be out there racing in a couple weeks and will pick it up. Martin said he’d hold it for him so I think it’s all good, Thanks again


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Originally Posted by breeze1954
Yes I believe it is, just got the logistics squared away. My grandson will be out there racing in a couple weeks and will pick it up. Martin said he’d hold it for him so I think it’s all good, Thanks again
SCORE!!!


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