That's rather small...

Published: 07:30AM Dec 6th, 2013
By: Web Editor
With reference to TCM, November 13 edition, page 56, the Bob Collier Norton Special
That's rather small...

Finer details; Wheelbase 29in? A likely story (Terry Collier, perhaps?) Even the legendary Bob couldn’t have achieved that; 59in perhaps?

How many remember Bob’s trials sidecar outfit with the Norton Dominator engine, or his ride in the 1958 (?) SSDT with Norton Navigator and Bambini sidecar?




Jim Stevenson, Cheshire

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