I posted a link in another thread from the ebay site it was being sold on. See if it still works. I didn't sign up yet for the VIP membership (maybe I will when the dust settles) so I can't post photos. Here, Dozer. I edited and added the link. That was not the selling price. That was the first winner that welched on his payment. I got the bike for a bit less. Click the photo to browse the other pics.Dozer said:Got any pics of the bonnie?
dimitri said:Yeah, they will get it solved.
I think it would have been a better choice for them to replace the gearbox cassette (not a very big job), and send the old one back to the factory. They could learn something from it. It also would reveal possible dealer errors (lack of oil f.e.).
I do think they are going to need some parts, even when it is a polishing job. A seal, gaskets,... So i would not expect to get it back within the week.
Britfan,Britfan60 said:So, here I am for 2 months without my Norton. Waiting for a gearbox that know one knows when will arrive. I'm really happy for you guys with these magnificent bikes that are running great albeit a bit jealous. My question is for the the fellas that purchased their bikes from Gold Coast Motorsports in New York. Would you wait for an undetermined amount of time (Juan said it could be up to a year. Nor sure if he was serious or not.) or would you pull the Lemon Law on them and get the full refund? I'm seriously trying to hang in there, but its difficult. Nobody is talking to each other btw Norton, Van Epps, Gold Coast nor especially to me. (unless I inquire of course to which I get now answers.) Just curious.