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junkyard saloonThu Mar-10-11 08:38 PM
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"New to Brit bikes. I'll need help!"


          

Greetings. My name is Brad and I just picked up my 1st Brit bike; 1963 Norton. I'm not sure what model it is. It's in pieces, except for the engine and trans is intact. I was told the engine is a 500 cc. It is a single carb too. Not only is this my 1st Brit bike, but my 1st bike project too! I'm a bike novice. Mainly into old cars, namely AMC/Nash/Hudson. I guess the first thing is gaskets. Where could I go about getting all the gaskets to rebuild the engine/trans/carb? Any weird stuff to expect when I get into tearing her down? For the record, I'm not putting this bike together for resale, I'm gonna keeping her around. -Brad

  

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NortonGuySun Mar-13-11 11:32 AM
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#1. "RE: New to Brit bikes. I'll need help!"
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You came to the right place. It will take a while for everybody to check in but you will get some premo assistance. Get your serial numbers together for the frame and engine. A few pictures would be very helpful, Engine closeups and wide shots.

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