Andover Norton International Ltd 
Unit 4 Brunel Gate, Macadam Way,
Portway West Business Park
Andover, Hants. SP10 3SL
England
Tel.(0044)(0)1264-359565
Fax (0044)(0)1264-748409
e-mail
office@andover-norton.co.uk
The exclusive Source of all  Genuine Norton Commando 
and Norton Dominator Factory Spare Parts

 
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Office hours
Monday Friday 
9.00 am 5.00 pm

Trade counter
Monday Friday 
9.30am 4.00  pm

 

From the Days when Nortons were primarily Transport


Apologies for the discoloured photograph of my daily transport at Southampton University in 1979/80
and later my "townbike" in Hamburg, serving me alongside other bikes, mostly Commandos.

This trusty steed, composed of a mixture of mid- to late 1950s ES2 components, 
was bought in the pictured state and made me a Norton singles fan for life.

The poor thing was always willing to serve and over the years of neglect
it endured in my young and at the time uncaring hands never let me down.

So if you wondered why Andover Norton covers more and more parts for Norton singles
 the memories of my old ES2, called "Guesswhat", are to blame.

I remember an incident in a snowstorm one dark December evening in Hamburg, stopping at the traffic lights, 
"Guesswhat's" lights dim due to a dead battery, low revs, 6 Volt electrics, and corroded connections; 
a small Christmas tree lying over petrol tank and handlebars, and partly covering the headlamp; 
the girlfriend (now wife) riding pillion holding two enormous plastic bags with washing under her arms.

A police car drew alongside, the policemen looking very cross and agitated, but not daring to ask the stupid "Tommies"-
I was still on the English number plate- what the hell they thought they were doing.
Probably because the policemen's English wasn't too good!

Joe Seifert, Director, Andover Norton

Please note:
Until we have filled the position below we are somewhat understaffed
and may take longer than we would wish to answer mails and proceed orders.
Thank you for your patience.


 
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