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NortonLE086
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New Classic owner

Post by NortonLE086 » Wed Feb 24, 2016 1:53 pm

Hello everyone I have just bought a Norton Classic after some time searching for a roatry and a couple of abortive attempts at purchase from Bonham's Auctions at a couple of previous Stafford Shows. My bike was in an auction at Shepton Mallet recently but failed to make the reserve. I subsequently bought from a dealer in Fleet for a fairly top price, but I am happy with the deal which is all that matters.I had a reserve option which consisted of the forthcoming Bonhams Stafford auction this April (2016) where no 73 is on offer with only some 500 or so miles on the clock. Please feel free to go along and bid as high as you like as now you won't be bidding against me! Any members of the Devon branch of the NOC might see the bike later in the year when it warms up a bit as I retire shortly to a well know south Devon market town with a race course. Best wishes to all you rotary enthusiasts out there.
Michael Lant

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Re: New Classic owner

Post by NortonLE086 » Wed Feb 24, 2016 2:59 pm

Clearly need to learn how to spell Rotary as well.....
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Re: New Classic owner

Post by johnbirchjar » Wed Feb 24, 2016 6:15 pm

Hi,I hope you enjoy riding your Classic as much as I have Very Happy Very Happy (LE029)67,000 miles and counting,(not without a few "incidents" wink )but the old girl allways got me home,ride safe,J.B.

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Re: New Classic owner

Post by Interpol2471 » Sat Feb 27, 2016 10:11 am

yes nice bike it was me that serviced and prepped it for sale. Hope you follow the advice given wink Welcome to Classic Rotary ownershipPaul
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Re: New Classic owner

Post by NortonLE086 » Wed Mar 16, 2016 9:40 am

Thanks Paul. Hope our paths don't cross too often just an occasional service and check over rather than anything serious will do me fine.
Michael Lant

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