1936 Norton

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1936 Norton

Postby 1936norton » Thu Feb 07, 2013 2:49 am

I am trying to help a family settle an estate. Unfortunately the owner died suddenly after his 1936 Norton motorcycle was completely restored. He had only one or two short trips on it after it was completed.

Since I am not fully aware of motorcycle values I am requesting some direction on where to find out more information regarding this motorcycle.

So far I have a couple of pictures but not all the documentation. I have been told I will have copies soon.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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Re: 1936 Norton

Postby Tman » Thu Feb 07, 2013 10:04 am

Impossible to say without knowing the model, condition or where in the world you are.
Probably you're best bet, as it's a legal rather than a "I wanna buy..." thing would be to search the completed listings of Ebay and the established auction houses such as Bonhams, etc.
Should give you some guidance to probable value, anyway.
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Re: 1936 Norton

Postby 1936norton » Fri Feb 08, 2013 6:36 am

The bike is located in the Vancouver BC area. As far as model I currently can't tell you however I have a couple of pics that were forwarded to me. Currently the owner is out of the country and I haven't all the info as to model etc. I tried to attach a pic but didn't work for me.

For now thanks for the info.
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Re: 1936 Norton

Postby Welsh Wizard » Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:27 am

easy way to attach picture is to get a Photobucket account, load it to an album and then use the Photobucket link to add to your post and it should then show.
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Re: 1936 Norton

Postby Paul in NZ » Sun Feb 10, 2013 8:28 pm

Sounds like trouble to me - ship it to me and I'll happily solve all your issues....


Seriously though it could be anything from a cooking model flathead to the glamorous OHC 'International". Prices vary as much as you might expect.
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