Well said, as I said in a previous post norton is protected by the press and as above it seems the same as the old days, if only people knew what they were letting thereselfs in for...
my norton is gone now, thankfully and replaced by a 31yr old rc30 which has stood the test of time far longer than you could imagine from a norton.
No tears whatsoever getting rid of the norton, it was an incredible bike to look at but completely flawed in every way.Z1000elderado
Impressive RC-30. I assume there's no tears shed saying goodbye to the Norton. The RC-30 is very difficult to find and very expensive over here. I'm having kind of an "if I knew then what I know now" moment, as usual. Also, thanks for posting this Fast Eddie.