If you are reading this advert, the motorcycle is still for sale. Fresh into stock this gorgeous 1969 Norton Mercury 650, that has never been used and spent all it’s life on display in the MC Collection of Mechanical Art and Design Stockholm. The Mercury was an attempt by Norton to edge their bets when the Commando came out. The Dominator had ceased production in the first quarter of 68. The Norton board were nervous the Commando was a step to far away from the traditional Norton bikes with the featherbed frames. So instead of re-introducng the Dominator name, they called it the Mercury. Production started in September 1968 and finished in February 1970, with just 750 bikes made. Every bit of the motorcycle is original and totally untouched, and in amazing condition.
We have not tried to start it, but apparently it was serviced before it left the Museum, and it turns over with good compression.
This in an absolute once in life time opportunity to acquire such a rare motorcycle, and a ‘brand new’ one, well that just doesn’t happen!
***PX Considered***NATIONWIDE DELIVERY****EUROPEAN DELIVERY****MOTORCYCLES WANTED FOR CASH
Frequently asked questions:
Will you do this bike cheaper for me?
Our bikes are priced firm and haggle free.
How do I buy this bike?
A £250 non-refundable deposit secures the bike. Call 01905 620127 or paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org. We take all major debit and credit cards. Ask for Will or Justin
Viewing is welcome, but is strictly by appointment – please call.
Part-exchange is welcome. Please email sales@classicbikeimports with information, price and pictures of your bike.
Collection, Delivery & Shipping
You are very welcome to collect in person or have your bike delivered. All Bikes must be paid for within 7 days, and must be collected within 14, after 14 days all bikes carry a storage charge of £7.50+VAT.
Motorcycles without MOT are sold as seen with no warranty given or implied.