1965 Norton Atlas 750 (Dunstall Dominator)


Wow! The auction closed at $11,601! How cool! See the comment below from a friend of the seller…

Norton Atlas 750 1965 Dunstall Rep 011

Mmmmmmmmmm…

Ahhhhhhhhhhhh…

Beautiful. Nothing much else to say. I might have missed some minor detail that’s out of place and someone will point it out. Don’t care. Here’s some specs and more pictures below. There’s more pics and the seller’s writeup if you are interested in learning more or trying to buy the bike. The auction’s at $8,200 with 2 days left and 17 bidders (reserve HAS been met)…

    The engine features the work of noted tuner Leo Goff including a balanced lower end, 10.1 pistons, Norris SS cam, and gas flowed head resulting in a very fast and smooth 750 Norton motor.
    Alloy Rims
    Steering Damper (Manx type)
    Multi Rate Valve Springs (S&W)
    Special Camshaft (Norris SS hotter than 2S Combat cam)
    Paired Monobloc 1 1/8″ Carbs
    Competition Manual Advance Magneto
    5 Gal Racing Tank
    Domiracer Seat
    The tach and speedo were restored by Nisongers.
    The magneto was rebuilt by Doug Wood.
    The only flaw is some acid stains on the left silencer from a vented battery (since replaced with a sealed unit).
    The bike is very strong and smooth and is ready to ride.


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3 comments so far

  1. Today’s Links | MarcJStuff on

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  2. Anonymous on

    Paul had this bike for sale with the INOA and on Cycletrader, and no takers at $9500 or even his lowered price at $8500. He is a good guy, so I’m glad he got a great price. But wow what a drag to see this bike go for almost $12000 on eBay.

  3. caferacers on

    Hmmm. Why a bad thing to have a high selling price for this bike? Sounds like it worked out well for your friend…


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