31st January 2008
If you're a fan of Norton Dominators, then here's a chance to snap up some featherbed facts at a cut-price cost (including an article on a very rare prototype)...
If you don't read RealClassic magazine regularly then you've missed some four years of articles about all sorts of classic bikes. To help you catch up, we're offering three brand new, unread magazines for just £4.95 - and that includes postage to the UK. Each magazine contains an article, road-test or owner report about Norton Dominators (that's Models 7, 77, 88, 99 or 650SS)
The magazine features are:
1964 Norton 650 SS
A six page feature in full colour, about the 650 twin owned by Kate Emery and modified to suit a smaller rider (lower seat, short forks, smaller wheels and short shocks, to give a 2" overall reduction), with details about the other alterations needed (stands, speedo etc), plus general running improvements (electronic ignition, 12V electrics, belt primary drive, Commando clutch), and how to avoid wet sumping, plus upgrading to a twin leading shoe front brake.Norton Dominator
ALSO this issue contains another entire feature about a Norton middleweight twin; the prototype Unified Twin, a 650cc unit construction twin built at Bracebridge Street in 1960 or so and which never went into production. Five page feature by Frank Westworth, including the background to the model and his riding impressions
1960 Norton Dominator 99
A seven page feature in full colour written by Frank Westworth (not only editor of RC but also the Norton Owners' Club magazine, Roadholder), about a 600cc slimline featherbed; 'possibly Norton's best Dominator'. Includes model history and development, frame diagram, owner's feedback and riding impressions1960 Norton Dominator 99
Norton Dominator Owner Survey
An eight page feature in full colour based around the actual experiences of owners and riders of all types of Dommi. Includes details of a one-owner from new 99, a 1950 Model 7, a café racer 99, a 650 SS in New York, 77 and 88, plus real-life hints and tips about buying, running and riding Norton twins
You get each whole magazine, brand new and unread.
If you bought these magazines separately they would cost £3.50 each posted to the UK. So you would normally pay £10.50.
Special Offer Price: £4.95: YOU SAVE OVER 50% (that's nice!)
Sorry: Sold Out!
Don't want to buy three at once? That's no problem; you can still buy a single issue if you like…
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