A 1977 motorcycle that hasn’t even been unpacked will be on saleSeptember 21, 2020
H&H Classics will auction a brand-new 1977 production year at auction on November 14th. For all the time, the gray Norton Commando 850 Interstate has not even been removed from the original packing box.
For 43 years, the bike managed to visit several states: Belgium, the Netherlands and Spain. The current owner of this rarity is the British Kevin Maddox, who is a fan of the Norton brand and returned the motorcycle to his homeland, that is, to the UK.
Maddox said that it was difficult to convince the previous owner of the sale, and he himself did not expect to resell the bike so soon. Maddox intended to show the new bike at various shows this year and from time to time in British museums. But he recently moved to Spain, and plans for 2020 changed for unknown reasons, so it was decided to sell the motorcycle at its current location.
The Commando 850 Interstate comes with three keys, original brochures, service book and other papers, and a branded tube of chain lubricant. It is assumed that the motorcycle will sell for $ 26,000 – $ 39,000
In addition, it became known recently that the number of motorcycles of the Peugeot Motorcycles division will increase in the near future. It should be emphasized that the range of motorcycles of this division should be replenished with seven new bikes.
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