The Fastback Long Range is a rarely seen variant which was only in production for 2 years,starting in early 1971. It is estimated that only 400 or so were made during that time, a good number being exported to Australia. The machine was virtually identical to the Fastback model of the same era except for the larger capacity Atlas style steel gas tank of a shape similar to that fitted to the old Slimline Featherbed frame models.  The colour choices for the tank were red or green. The dual seat was minus the side wings as fitted to the regular Fastback and side covers where the 71 Commandos style but always painted black whether the bike was Blue or Red.This bike is a 3-owner bike and the second owner was Robin of Robin’s Classic Motorcycles who did the restoration work. Robin purchased the LR from the original owner who immigrated to Edmonton AB from Australia. The LR has always been red as far as can be documented.The present owner of this bike has had it for a 12 years. It is fitted with an Alton electric starterNorton Fastback Long Range with a larger capacity alternator and battery. A single 34mm Mikuni carburetor that retains the use of the original air filter housing.This is a matching numbers bike that has been well maintained since its complete restoration. Presently on a Classic plate in WA. Includes all the stock parts, the Amal carburators, manifold, air cleaner, stock alternator and original primary case. Everything to make it stock if someone wishes to. Also the factory tool kit and manualsPriced in US dollars and the Norton is located in the Seattle WA area and comes with a clean and valid Washington State title in the sellers name


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