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Updated 10/11/20

Norton Commando
Survey

Updated 10/25/20

Norton Commando
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Updated 09/12/20

Norton US License
Plate Brackets


Norton Wiring
Updated 07/28/20

1972 Customer
Combat Build

Updated 10/18/20

1974 Norton 850
Commando Rebuild

Updated 10/18/20

Used Parts For Sale
Updated 09/13/20

Norton Wiring Diagrams
Updated 07/06/19

1974 Norton Wiring
Updated 09/13/20

Norton Rear
Wheel Lacing

Updated 03/02/19

Norton Front
Wheel Lacing

Updated 09/13/20

1972 Norton 750
Commando Rebuild

Completed 5/15/19
First Place Norton 5/16/19
Sold 1/1/20


1972 Norton Wiring
Updated 09/06/20

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This page is the result of an on-going survey of Norton Commandos.  The idea it to understand better the history of he Commando as it related to the numbers made and some of the changes over the years. It is not always possible to know if bikes are original and often they have been changed, sometimes radically from how they were made.  Generally, the Notes column tries to make what is known and what isn't clear.

Please write me at marshg@gregmarsh.com is you have any info to share and if you have a factory record, please send a copy!

Frame Numbering:

Norton frames were initially made by Reynolds (British Company) and later by Verlicchi (Italian company).

There is sometimes confusion over "frame numbers" on Commandos. The red metal plate attached to the headstock with hammer drive screws is called a Certification Label. It normally contains the bike's serial number (engine/gearbox number) and a date (Month and Year). 850s have that and they have a number stamped into the metal on the side of the head stock - that is the frame number. 750s after 1968 have no frame number.

There are four types of 850 frame numbers. They all have a special character intermixed which is similar to Norton Frame Symbol:
 
    Norton Frame Symbol850Norton Frame SymbolxxxxxxNorton Frame Symbol     Pre-MKIII Reynolds frame - xxxxxx matches the engine number (This may or may not be true.  I've been told this, but have no proof and have never seen one to check)
    Norton Frame Symbol850Norton Frame SymbolF1xxxxxNorton Frame Symbol     Pre-MKIII Verlicchi frame - xxxxx does not match the engine number
    Norton Frame Symbol850Norton Frame SymbolF125001Norton Frame Symbol     When Norton started building the MKIII the frame number started at 125001 and then went sequentially (more or less) from there until Apr/May 1975
    Norton Frame Symbol850Norton Frame SymbolxxxxxxNorton Frame Symbol     MKIII from Apr/May - the F was eliminated and xxxxxx matched the engine number


This info below is not verified and if you have anything to dispute, change, or back it up, I would like to hear it:
  • It appears that most 850 frames were made by Verlicchi, but possibly up to 100/week were made by Reynolds for some period of time
  • Supposedly if there was a problem with a Verlicchi frame, Reynolds would fix it
  • In general, Reynolds used imperial sized tubing (1” & 2.25”) and Verlicchi used metric sized tubing (25mm & 60mm)
    • However there are frames with a mix of the two
    • One theory is that Reynolds fixed Verlicchi frames using imperial tubes.
  • I've been told that Reynolds stamped the frame number on the drive-side of the headstock and Verlicchi on the timing-side.  I've never seen one on the drive-side so I don't know if that's true.
Survey Results:


Serial
Label
Date

Frame

Head

Notes
126876More info coming. The bike is mostly original and iis currently being freshened p.
127242---------------Parted out- Engine and matching gearbox cases seen on eBay 10/22/20, no title.
128231Owner says: I bought this bike about 25 years ago. It still has the widow maker frame and the frame number is stamped on the left side of the headstock. Timing side tach drive, points distributor where the mag goes, has the plastic Norton Villers round tank badges and it still has the Atlas style mufflers on it.;
1308xxFeb 69
131183Owner says: The fuel tank on this is shaped like a Fastback fuel tank but it has extensions on each side that stick out maybe 2 inchs that follow the lines of the tank, I don’t know if this was done to increase the capacity or if someone got creative with the fiberglass or what I’ve never seen a FB tank like this one before .
131286Mar 69ID plate shows Mar 1969 with build location London. Andover Norton supplied a despatch copy showing build date Mar 12, 1969 shipped to Norton Villiers in California on Mar 19, 1969.
133096Actual engine number: 20M3S 133096, was originally a S type Commando despatched from the factory 16th June 1969 to Los Angeles, CA
133926UnknownRolling black café racer project sold on eBay. Engine/Gearbox match but not the frame. Certification Label has 312189 and Dec 73. So, actally 133926 is RIP and the engine/gearbox for 312189 is unknown.
133941Actual engine number: 20M3S 133941, was originally a S type Commando despatched from the factory 14th August 1969 to New York, NY. This bike is probably RIP as it's gearbox in in 133096
133967---------------Parted out - Matching frame and engine cases seen on eBay, gearbox cases not included, no title
136349See NotesOwner says: headstock label has the whole word “APRIL” stamped along one edge (looks original), assume April 1970 build, bike has been owned by my late uncle since 1978, has 13,000 original miles. Black Roadster, matching numbers. At some point, the oil tank, air cleaner back plate, battery tray, and side covers have been replaced with ’71-later ones. I inherited the bike, and I am restoring it to road worthy condition. Colour will be changed to yellow, although the original black body work will be preserved. I am the third owner.;
137198Black Roadster delivered May 22, 1970 to Gus Kuhn, London. Now in Germany, rebuilt from a basket case, currently with "S" type exhausts, "halo" and Royal Blue Fireflake.
138426Originally a Roadster, now custom built café racer (3 different genres) Silver Manx colors, matching numbers
139211Originally as Roadster, sold as a red rolling café racer project, matching numbers
139242Roadster, matching numbers
140037---------------Parted out - Bottom end seen on eBay
141548Seen on eBay 10/3/20: Norton Commando Roadster. Engine and frame number 141548, matching. A Roadster model dispatched from the factory on December 15, 1970 to agent/dealership Europacar, USA. No title.
141622Sold as a black rolling chopper (heavily modified frame), matching numbers
142215---------------Parted out- Engine cases seen on eBay
142572Jan 71Matching numbers. "Came to me as a Roadster, completely restored and on the road"
145253Mar 71The factory record has no headers so it's difficult to know for sure what each column means. I shows that the bike was sent to NVC, Long Beach, CA and it was yellow. It lists two dates 4-5-71 and 7-4-71. I suspect that it means it was finished April 7, 1971 and shipped May 4, 1971. It also lists "S-S". The current owner bought the bike in 1974 and by then it was a black Roadster. It has matching numbers.
145322This bike is RIP. It was parted out and some parts used for 204375
145647---------------Parted out - Bottom end seen on eBay
146219---------------Parted out - Engine cases seen on eBay
149378Sep 71----------Parted out- Frame seen on eBay with title, 10/22/20 (the serial and MoYr are from the cerificaiton lable);
151159Actual engine number: 20M3S 151159, NOC Record shows: Build Date: 23 Sep 71; Model: Roadster, Dispatch Date: 30 Sep 71 to Harry Firth, Danforth Street, Toronto
200623According to the factory record, this was the 1st built on Dec 9, 1971 and it was a blue roadster. It was sent to Challenge Motors, Barcelona Spain Nov 21, 1972
200918Aug 72Originally an Interpol bike
200937White police Interpol bike. 1 of 2 supplied to Leicestershire Police, UK in Sept 1972. No month on the certification label. Fitted with disc brake. Now in Interstate trim and red/white. Number is in the VMCC records, but entry is blank.
201012Scratch rebuild of an original combat to a yellow replica production racer, matching numbers
201123Oct 71Combat
201251Dec 71NoneRH3According to the factory record, this was the 25th built on Jan 4, 1972 and it was yellow. It was wrecked in the 1974 and rebuilt using parts from 209458 as a black Roadster. I restored and sold it Jan 1, 2020. Matching numbers. Rebuild Story
201664Dec 71
201881Dec 71Combat, NOC factory records project showed Dec 1971 build and shipment.
202093Jan 72Yellow Combat Roadster. Purchased new in England from Comerfords in Thames-Ditton in June of 1972. His college room mate bought a 1971 leftover black one at the same time and they put on about 1000 miles riding around England. The crank bearings went at 4700 miles and the US dealer and Berliner would not warranty it because it wasn't bought in the US.
202206Dec 71
202322Dec 71RH3Owner says: Factory Combat (head stamped with C in the centre), originally a black Interstate, changed to mostly Fastback bodywork, polished aluminum tank, retained Interstate side covers. Matching numbers. Restored, custom paint (title still lists it as black) many updates, fitted with Alton Electric Start in summer of 2020. I am the second owner, I knew the original owner.;
203143Jan 72
204157---------------According to the factory record, this was the 14th built on Mar 10, 1972 and it was a purple roadster.
204161---------------According to the factory record, this was the 10th built on Mar 10, 1972 and it was a black roadster.
204167---------------According to the factory record, this was the 12th built on Mar 10, 1972 and it was a purple roadster.
204346---------------According to the factory record, this was the 1st built on Mar 11, 1972 and it was a black roadster.
204375Feb 72NoneRH3According to the factory record, this was the 43rd built on Mar 10, 1972 and it was a black roadster.
204428---------------According to the factory record, this was the 2nd built on Mar 11, 1972 and it was a black roadster.
204511---------------According to the factory record, this was the 29th built on Mar 10, 1972 and it was a black roadster.
204667---------------According to the factory record, this was the 10th built on Mar 10, 1972 and it was a purple roadster.
206163---------------Probably RIP - see 209788 which has this gearbox.
206276See NotesNoneRH3Owner says: Matching numbers Roadster Combat, bought in 1978. To the right and below the serial number, the Certification Label is stamped "PR". I was told it sold new in Germany (kilometer speedo). I asked Brian Slark about it years ago, he suggested it was likely a production racer that was changed at the factory. The date field on the Certifcation Label is blank.
206344Apr 72
206556---------------Parted out - Engine cases seen on eBay
206710See NotesRH3Combat, matching numbers. Owner said: The only other info is the 1972 date stamped upside down in the lower right corner and it is a steel tank roadster. I bought it as a rusty bucket of junk in one piece in 2003. it showed 21,000 on the odometer and I have another 50K after the rebuild.
207219-All original, unrestored, 1972 Norton 750 Interstate Commando, Blue, seen on eBay 9/25/2020;
207384Apr 72
209310RH3Purple Combat refurbished to running, matching numbers
209338Complete café racer build from an original Combat, alloy bodywork, matching numbers
209458UnknownRH3This bike is RIP. It was used to rebuild 201251 when it was wrecked in 1974. It was a black Roadster.
209788Jul 72NoneCurrently a yellow Roadster Combat with many upgrades. Unknown what it was originally. Gearbox: 206163, Registered as 73
210414Restoration of an existing black café racer, Combat, matching numbers.
210477---------------Parted out - Engine cases seen on eBay
211223Aug 72Matching numbers. "Texas has titled this as a 73, may have been a holdover sale. Came to me as a roadster, has some unusual features, superblends which looked factory original, original standard cam, regular compression head not stamped, definitely not a Combat head, 32mm ports on head and 32mm carbs, disc brake, must be one of the post Combat 750's, completely restored and on the road"
212515---------------Parted out - Engine cases seen on eBay
220242Cases seen on Access Norton 10/15/20.;
220460Jan 73
220635Jan 73RH6Last Registered in NC Oct 92, 21,121 original miles, runs, "Fairly certain the head & cylinder have never been split."
2208xxNov 72
221188---------------Parted out - Engine cases seen on eBay
2212xxNov 72
221445Basket case black rolling project, Combat, sold on eBay, matching numbers.
230615RH5
235016From AccessNorton - SYX 167M - Hi-Rider 745cc registered to Norton Villiers Europe - 01/Feb/1974
235017Feb 73----------From AccessNorton - 2/73, 750 (Hi-Rider?)
235035Jan 73----------From AccessNorton - 1/73, 750 (Roadster) [Added 8/12. Seen on Aus ebay]
235036---------------From AccessNorton - ?/73, 750 (Roadster, drum ft. br.) [Added 1/13. Seen UK ebay Canadian re-import]
235056---------------From AccessNorton - Gearbox only
235113Drum Brakes
235118---------------From AccessNorton - ?/73 750 (Re: NOC forum) (crankcase and other engine parts seen on UK ebay 12/2012)
235138Feb 73----------From AccessNorton - 2/73 750 (Hi-Hider?)
235142---------------From AccessNorton - OGT 474L - Hi-Rider 745cc registered to Norton Villiers Europe - 11/Jul/1973
235146---------------From AccessNorton - ?/73 750 (Hi-Rider?)
235155---------------From AccessNorton - SYX 157M - Hi-Rider 745cc registered to Norton Villiers Europe - 01/Sep/1973
23519x---------------From AccessNorton - ?/73 750 (Possible Hi-Rider?)
235224---------------From AccessNorton - ?/73 750 (Hi-Rider converted to Roadster)
235234Jan 73----------From AccessNorton - 1/73 750 (Re: NOC forum)
235237---------------From AccessNorton - ?/73 750
235280---------------From AccessNorton - ?/73 750 (Hi-Rider)
235328---------------From AccessNorton - PTF 851M - Hi-Rider 745cc - Black - registered to Sports Motorcycles - 01/Sep/1973
235387---------------From AccessNorton - SYV 362M - Hi-Rider 745cc registered to Norton Villiers Europe - 01/Aug/1973
235399---------------From AccessNorton - SYV 363M - Hi-Rider 745cc registered to Norton Villiers Europe - 01/Aug/1973
235416---------------Parted out - Engine lower end seen on eBay
235430---------------From AccessNorton - ?/?? 750 (Re: NOC forum 1/13)
235435---------------From AccessNorton - SYX 158M - Hi-Rider 745cc registered to Norton Villiers Europe - 01/Sep/1973
23553x---------------From AccessNorton - ?/74 850 (Roadster)
235565Apr 74----------From AccessNorton - 4/74 850 (Roadster)
235576---------------From AccessNorton - 750 Short stroke engine
235638---------------From AccessNorton - ?/74 850 (Roadster 2A)
235713---------------From AccessNorton - 750 Short stroke engine (72/73 750 crankcase?)
300107Apr 73RH4
300321Seen on eBay for sale 10/15/20. Modified to be a cafe racer.;
300376Feb 73
301670Mar 73NoneRH4Currently an Interstate in AU. All matching numbers.; The frame has no number stamped in the headstock.
3017xxRH4
302598Refurbished black Interstate, matching numbers
303303RH4Interesting bike! The original owner bought the bike Sep 28, 1973 while he was in the service stationed in Germany through Paul Dunstall Organization Ltd Well Hall Rd London and according to the sales receipt was shipped to Merrel Barracks Nurnberg Germany. The bike originally had some Dunstall accessories most of which the current owner still has but not on the bike. He also has the original sales documentation from Dunstall. The original receipt says: "Dunstall Norton Mk. 1"
303xxxMay 73
304561May 73RH4Matching numbers. Original MK1 Roadster with silver barrels, balanced exhaust, and "hamcan" air cleaner.
305713---------------Parted out - Engine cases seen on eBay
305833Owner says: "Purchased from Pokes Cycle Co in Seattle 3/7/74. (I have the original bill of sale )"
307094Sep 73RH4Certification label date odd when considering serial numbers around this one. MK2A first registered in the UK Jul 74, Black barrel, black box air filter, balance pipe with split collets, long swingarm bushes, no chain guard extension, black Roadster. Important: The NOC says MK2A - see the "Important Note" on the Commando ID page - this serial is supposedly too low for a MK2 or MK2A! This serial must have hung around the factory for a long time. Also, the head is right for the serial but wrong for the date.
307241May 73RH4Certifcation label date odd when considering serial numbers around this one.
307383Aug 73As of Sep 2020 this bike is being rebuilt. Matching numbers.
307522Aug 73RH10Pre-MKIII swingarm, Blue,
307542Aug 73850F100794RH10This bike is RIP. It was used to rebuild 320691, some of its parts are available for sale. See Rebuild Story and Parts.
307564Aug 73RH4RH4 seems wrong for the head. The date matches the serial and MK2/MK2A so RH10 head is expected
3077xxSep 73RH10
307844Aug 73
308372Sep 73850F102807RH10First registered in the UK 22 May 74; Balanced exhaust pipes, with black cap silencers; 32mm carbs; Chainguard with the extra black piece on the end
308719Oct 73850F103056RH10Owner's Comments: I bought Locally. Women said it was a “barn find” that she bought but after a year didn't realize what a British bike entailed – she has three BMWs and is an avid cyclist. Bike was running good but otherwise very rough – but all original. I am almost complete in renovation – small mods, but keeping all original parts I replaced if next buyer is OCD about originality
308743Sep 73RH10
3087xxSep 73RH10
309593Nov 73N/AMatching numbers. Original model unknown, no head installed when current owner purchased the bike, now a Roadster, completely restored and on the road
309643Oct 73RH10
310005Nov 73
310311Nov 73850F104741RH10MK2A purchased in Scotland and then imported to PA, USA. It was converted to a cafe racer, converted back, ridden to CA, converted to a cafe racer, converted back, ridden to PA and sold to the second owner in 1976. Never restored, engine/gearbox never apart.
31041*Nov 73
3104xxJan 74Certifcation label date odd when considering serial numbers around this one.
3104xxNov 73
310528Nov 73RH10
310656Nov 73850F104081Black Roadster, original tank and side covers paint, originally delivered to PA, USA, now in Queensland, AU. All matching numbers. Registered as a 73, but really should be 74.
310878Nov 73RH10
311005Dec 73First registered May 74.
311032Dec 73105226RH10Candy apple red; Low UK handle bars that look like original and match 06-4132 specs. All A model items in place (Plastic air box.L/H side cover and battery tray ,2nd gear etc);Reinforced top shock mount (inner plate);Balanced header pipes (but might be non original);Early style wide bush swing arm; Rear brake plate with non external adjustment and non cut out chain guard; Square pattern seat with (looks) silver font; Non painted engine cases and RH10 cylinder head; Inner primary cover with a cone on the sliding disc
311188Dec 73RH10
311622---------------Parted out - Matching Engine and Gearbox cases seen on eBay
311981Dec 73Still wearing original "Fireflake Royal Blue" paint
312573Feb 74850F106829RH10Original Paint Red Roadster MK2, matching numbers
313518---------------Parted out - Engine cases seen on eBay
314193Apr 74RH10MK2; MKIII style short swingarm bushes with Welch plugs, slotted chain guard
314587---------------This bike is RIP. It was parted out and some parts used for 204375
314626All origianl Royal Blue Roadster, matching numbers, seen on eBay 9/25/2020;
314828Apr 74
315114May 74RH10
31604xJun 74RH10
316258Black Interstate, seen on eBay 10/10/20 listed as a 750 but is clearly an 850. Seller states it is matching numbers. Has CNW electric start and other modifications.;
316385Jun 74
316436Refurbished black Interstate, matching numbers
316544Jun 74
31661xJun 74RH10
316716Jun 74
316984John Player Norton, restored to original spec, sold in 2018, matching numbers
317343Jul 74
317848---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317849---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317850---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317851---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317852---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317853---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317854---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317855---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317856---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317857---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317858---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317859---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317860---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317861---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317862---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317863---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317864---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317865---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317866---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317867---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317868---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317869---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317870---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317871---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317872---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317873---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317874---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317875---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317876---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317877---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317878RH10From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
317879---------------From the factory record. Model: MK2, Date Build: 15 Jul 1974, Date Despatched: 15 Jul 1974
319416Aug 74850F107384RH10
319523Aug 74850F113499RH10Owner's Notes: Candy apple red, original paint, Roadster, matching numbers. Overall, the bike appears to be somewhat unmolested. During the cleaning, detainling light refurbish, and service of the bike, I came across several, of what I believe are date codes. The letter “D” shows in many places, and I'm assuming and guessing it represents 1974 – just speculating
319532Aug 74RH10
320691Aug 74850F114572RH10According to the factory record: Batch No.: 64A, Frame No.: 114572, Date Off Track: 23 Oct 74, Date Passed Test: 5 Nov 74, Date Packed: 11 Nov 74, Date Despatched: 26 Nov 74 to USA, Color: Black. Rebuilt to stock and ready for sale. Rebuild Story
320768850F113633According to the factory record: Batch No.: 13, Frame No.: 113633, Date Off Track: 24 Oct 74, Date Passed Test: 25 Oct 74, Date Packed: 28 Oct 74, Date Despatched: 5 Nov 74 to NTI, Color: F/S
320769850F113482According to the factory record: Batch No.: 13, Frame No.: 113482, Date Off Track: 24 Oct 74, Date Passed Test: 24 Oct 74, Date Packed: 28 Oct 74, Date Despatched: 2 Nov 74 to NTI, Color: F/S
325056Originally a High Rider, rebuilt to black café racer, matching numbers
326168Dec 74
327399N/AOriginally a Roadster, MkIII engine/gearbox, modified monoshock frame from Kenny Dreer original 952 prototype, Blue
329536Mar 75850F129311RH4The frame listed is the original frame. It was replaced with a new frame from Andover Norton Feb 2020.
330002Mar 75N/AOriginally a Roadster, converted to blue monoshock café racer, matching numbers
330540Roadster, matching numbers
331750May 75Roadster, matching numbers
331837Seeen on eBay 10/3/20. Black Commano Roadster, Matching numbers. Video
334191Jul 75850 334191N/AHead not marked
850334808Refurbished and sold w/ Black Roadster bodywork







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