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Steve SimsTue Oct-04-05 12:17 PM

  
"Norton ID Atlas and Commando"


  

          

Hi Guys, I just aquired a building full of Brit stuff , mostly Norton. I got 2 featherbed frames and what appears to be an early Commando frame. the featherbeds are # 107612 and 20 119536 and the Commando? is 126741 . It doesn't have a frame tag. It is stamped into the neck. Can anybody tell me what years these are? Thanks Steve

  

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steve simsWed Oct-05-05 01:24 PM

  
#1. "RE: Norton ID Atlas and Commando"
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Hi again, I also came up with a couple of frames marked D1163 and M1 **000 with THM in an oval behind the numbers.Also got Royal Enfield twin motor # 1B 1497 and 2 Atlas cases 20M 3S 138380 and 20 101846. Any help with identifying any of this stuff would be greatly appreciatd. Thanks Steve

  

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John BradleyThu Oct-06-05 03:17 AM

  
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The first of your Atlas crankcases is really a 1970 commando.
The 2nd is a bit odd as the 20 makes it an Atlas but the number pre dates 64 when I think the first Atlas was produced.
Sorry don't know about the non Norton stuff.

  

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John BradleyThu Oct-06-05 03:03 AM

  
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First is a 63 650
2nd is a 66 Atlas
Commando frame is 68 (they never had tags)

  

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