Norton Commando is the legendary British motorcycle, multiple winner of the Tourist Trophy, and “Machine of the Year” by the magazine “Motor Cycle News”. George Kraus from “GEK Restorations” tells that British classics have always admired and wanted to build a classic Norton Commando, and his dream came true!
George used as a basis for motorcycle Norton Commando LR Fastback 1971 g / in. He worked in his small workshop, performing on modernization brochure by Kenny Dreer, who was the man behind Portland based Vintage Rebuilds who salvaged the Norton name in the 1990’s and commenced work on reviving the brand to its former glory under the Norton America banner. George made the pendulum, harness and replaced all the electronics. He also designed a custom boards and replace the filter. Among other details, you can select the plug Roadholder; cover Atlas, aluminum wheels with stainless spokes Aront Buchanan, tuning seat and fuel tank Triumph Fair Spares America. Since restoration George drove more than 23,000 miles, and in all that time there was no serious damage. Full photoset can be viewed here.