This week we’ve found something both rare and desirable: a 1973 Dunstall Norton Commando 850. The current owner began restoring the bike in late 1999, and the restoration was completed in early 2004.
As a part of the restoration, the engine has been completely rebuilt, the fame has been powder coated, and the inside of the tank was lined. It wears and RH4 head, alloy rims with stainless steel spokes and Avon tires, a Boyer ignition, and an anti-sump valve.
For more information, visit the auction for this Dunstall Norton Commando here.
To read an excerpt of the Motorcycle Classics story “Death Valley on a Dunstall Norton Commando,” go here.