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a complete list of norton motorcycle model

Updated on August 25, 2011

A 113 years of history

Norton motorcycle was always on my wishlist since I was a kid, the first Norton bike I saw was the WD big four and I felt in love afterwards.

Norton was founded in 1898 Birmingham, England. Not as a motorcycle manufacturer but as manufacturer for fittings and parts for the two-wheel trade. around 1902, they had begun manufacturing motorcycles with bought-in engines. In 1908, a Norton-built engine was added to the list. And after that they have a long series of production of single and eventually twin-cylinder motorcycles. the company went bankrupt when major of the shareholders started to leave Norton in 1953. In late 2008, Stuart Garner, bought the rights to Norton and relaunched Norton in its Midlands home at Donington Park where it will develop the NRV588 racer, a machine styled after the Norton Commando, and a new range of Norton motorcycles, with options including 1200 cc Superbike, and 750 cc Supersport variants.

pre-war model (1908-1939)

Big Four (Model 1) 633cc 1907-1954

Model 7 (BS) 490cc sv 1914-1922

Model 8 (BRS) 490cc 1914-1922

Model 9(TT) 490cc 1912-1923

Model 3½ 490cc sv 1911-1918

Model 16 490cc sv 1919-1920

Norton 16H 490cc sv 1921-1954

Model 18 490cc ohv 1922-1954

Model 19 588cc ohv 1926-1939

CS1 490cc ohc 1928-1939

ES2 490cc ohv 1928-1939

CJ 348cc ohc 1929-1939

JE 348cc ohv 1929-1939

Model 20 490cc 1930-1939

Model 22 490cc 1930-1931

Norton Int. (Model 30) 490cc ohc 1932-1939

International Model 40 348cc ohc 1932-1939

Model 50 OHV 348cc 1933-1939

Model 55 ohv 348cc 1933-1939

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War time (1937 - 1945)

WD 16H 490cc sv

WD Big Four 633cc sv

Source

Post-War (1945 - 1970)

16H 490cc sv 1946-1954

Model 18 490cc single 1946-1954

Model 19S 596cc single 1955-1958

Big Four 633cc sv 1947-1954

Model 500T 500cc 1949-1954

ES2 490cc single 1947-1964

ES2 MK 2 490cc single 1964-1966

Model 50 OHV 348cc 1955-1958

Model 50 OHV MK 2 348cc 1964-1966

International Model 30 490cc 1947-1958

International Model 40 348cc 1947-1958

Manx Model 30 498cc ohc 1946-1963

Manx Model 40 348cc ohc 1946-1963

Model 7 497cc twin 1949-1956

Model 77 596cc 1957-1958

Dominator 88 497cc 1952-1963

Dominator 99 596cc 1956-1962

Norton Jubilee 250cc 1958-1966

Navigator 350cc 1960-1965

Electra ES400 400cc 1963-1965

Atlas 745cc 1962-1968

650 Sports Special 650cc 1964-1968

Mercury 650cc 1968-1970

P11A 750cc 1967-1968

Ranger 750cc 1968-

N15 750cc 1967-1968


Source

Superbike era (1967 - 1978)

Commando Fastback 1967-1973

Commando Roadster 1970-1975

Commando Interpol 1970-1976

Commando Hi-rider 1971-1975

Commando Production Racer 1971

Commando Interstate 1972-1975

Commando Combat 1972

Source

Rotary period (1981 - 1992)

Interpol 2 P41

Classic P43

Commander P52 police model,

P53 civilian model

F1 P55

F1 Sport P55B

RC588

RCW588

NRS588

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