1966 Norton Dominator 650SS - RICHARD EDMONDS AUCTIONEERS Sale of Vintage & Classic Motorcycles Saturday 15th February 2020 Unit H, The Old Laundry, Ivy Road, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 1SB
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Sale of Vintage & Classic Motorcycles
Saturday 15th February 2020
Unit H, The Old Laundry, Ivy Road,
Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 1SB
1966 Norton Dominator 650SS
Reg. no. FHO 275D
Frame no. 18 15677
Engine no. 18SS115677/P
The 1961 introduction of the Dominator 650SS marked a new development for Norton’s famed ‘featherbed’ frame, which had been developed in 1950 for racing machines and later found its way into road bikes. Widely considered the finest-handling frame design of its era, it was now enhanced with the top rails closer together at the front of the saddle, and hence became known as the ‘slimline featherbed’. The new model was powered by a 650cc twin-carburettor engine, providing excellent performance and leading the 650SS to be widely proclaimed as ‘the best of the Dommies’, therefore achieving Norton’s aim of being a match for the Triumph Bonneville of the time.
This Dominator is a lovely example in unrestored condition. It comes with assorted documents including an old logbook and a V5c.
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