Norton N15CS 750cc 1968

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Year: 1968

Engine Size: 750CC

Registration: FNE 912F

Mileage: 12263


Norton N15CS 750cc 1968. In excellent condition having been fully rebuilt with lots of new Allie, Chrome and stainless steel parts. Comes with matching engine and frame numbers. The frame has been repainted and the engine has also been fully rebuilt with roller bearings. Looks great with Allie tank and hand made stainless steel exhaust system. Sounds great and the engine in smooth. A awesome looking machine thats ready to ride!

History: After Norton moved production to Plumstead in the early 60s, they had a few leftover engines from the Atlas line. They threw those engines into Matchless frames to create a series of hybrids under the Norton, Matchless, and AMC names – possibly the most confusing time in the history of the British firm. One of desert racers that was created was the Norton N15CS (CS stood for Competition Spring), and while it was based on the Atlas Scrambler, it got modified front forks, rubber gaiters, a slimmer seat, and a lovely Candy Apple Red finish for both the Norton N15CS and the AMC G15 equivalent.

In 1967 the hybrids got slimmer mudguards, a new petrol tank and a more modern looking seat, and the bike was then re-branded as a “Street Scrambler”. Drivetrain specs were simple – 4-speed transmission, chain drive, and Amal concentric carbs to take care of the fueling. Just 2,500 N15CSes were built, so they’re quite hard to find today.