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NORMAN T300

Post by BRASSO on Tue Sep 29 2009, 08:00

I know by a Norman T300 that might be coming up for sale.

Does anybody know what the value of these would be?? Think its around 1950's


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is that the

Post by RAB on Tue Sep 29 2009, 17:31

is that the horizontal one , think i know what you mean, havent got a clue, what there worth though, nice little engine though, if its the one im thinking of think there was one up henery matthews

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Re: NORMAN T300

Post by Statman on Tue Sep 29 2009, 17:58

Depends on the condition Martin

They are fetching quite a bit latley

Maybe 100+?

Just go in with your size 10s and mace lol!!

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Re: NORMAN T300

Post by BRASSO on Tue Sep 29 2009, 19:57

Statman wrote:Depends on the condition Martin

They are fetching quite a bit latley

Maybe 100+?

Just go in with your size 10s and mace lol!!

Adam

I would say it is A1 Adam.

I was thinking it would be a nice little engine for the wife. I am considering buying it for her if it comes up for sale. It is the model which has the two exhausts going into one. Looks and sounds great.

Better not go in with the size 10's and spray, as this guy may well have a lot of engines coming up for sale soon if he finds that british open crank he is looking for.

Cheers

Mart.


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Re: NORMAN T300

Post by Statman on Tue Sep 29 2009, 20:07

Lol!

Well if its that nice then go with what you feel, maybe there is some in the SEM to give you a idea?

They are a nice engine though with BRASS too

May i ask what other engines maybe coming up for sale?

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Re: NORMAN T300

Post by BRASSO on Tue Sep 29 2009, 20:13

Statman wrote:Lol!

Well if its that nice then go with what you feel, maybe there is some in the SEM to give you a idea?

They are a nice engine though with BRASS too

May i ask what other engines maybe coming up for sale?

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Adam

He wont be selling untill he finds that new engine, but i Know he has an American Saxon open crank, petter M, Norman T300, A nice little blackstone and a few others.

Not sure which ones he will be thinking of selling, when I know I will post a list for him on the forum.

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Re: NORMAN T300

Post by Guest on Wed Nov 11 2009, 16:47

I Reckon £150 - 200 for a mint A1 job with original/Good Copy pipes,
Mk1's general fetch a lil more.

I like them got a T300 and S/C

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