on Nov 9, 2012
|Make and Model||Norton 16H|
|Engine Capacity||500 cm³|
|Engine Power||10 kW (14 PS(Hp))|
|Because collection changes I submit my Norton 16H. The machine is built in 1944, jumps to perfect, very smooth clutch, transmission switches extremely smoothly, the brakes go (half hubs are just drum brakes) normal surfaces like new, the paint is in good condition, the car was about 6 before overhauled years (owner) since moved about 1600mls.
What should be done:. 2 new tires (profile good but old), replace the battery, wiring harness berprfen (renewed even 6 years ago) but clamped only partially (lighting without function) A manual copy there dazu.Die speedometer cable is missing, the Smith chronometer is fully functional.
Otherwise, everything is out tech. View in Ordnung.Die machine moves due to the long wheelbase very well, even for two no problem.
Due to the age of the machine and the few things that you know as classic car owners can and should be, the machine fr \Start-and-rider \Ausfhrliche of course it's a briefing on delivery of the machine.
There is a tech. Data from Germany to Norton, as well as a decent contract including proof of ownership in order to MOT, then the Admissions Office, more effort is not to dt.Zulassung.