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The Unapproachable Norton

Norton Models

Big Four (Model 1) 633cc single 1907-1954

Model 7 (BS) 490cc sv 1914-1922 Brooklands Special

Model 8 (BRS) 490cc 1914-1922 Brooklands Road Special

Model 9 (TT) 490cc 1912-1923 Belt-drive

Model 3½ 490cc sv 1911-1918. Became the Model 16 in 1919

Model 16 490cc sv 1919-1920 Chain drive

Model 16H 490cc sv 1921-1954

Model 18 490cc ohv 1922-1954 Roadster

Model 19 588cc ohv 1926-1932, 596cc 1933-1958. Post-war Models 19R & 19S.

CS1 490cc OHC 1928-1939

Model 21 490cc OHV 1928 (poss. other years) see 1928 Models

Model 24 588cc OHV 1928-1929 (poss. other years) see 1928 Models

Model 34 490cc OHV 1927-1928 (poss. other years). 4 speed version of the Model 18

Model 17C 490cc sv 1928. Otherwise same as the Big Four

Model 14 633cc sv 4-speed 1928. Otherwise same as the Big Four

ES2 490cc ohv 1928-1939

CJ 348cc ohc 1929-1939. 350 version of the CS1 (J for Junior)

JE 348cc ohv 1929-1939. 350 version of the ES2

Model 20 490cc 1930-1939. Twin-port version of the Model 18

Model 22 490cc 1930-1931 Twin-port version of the ES2

DT 1930 Dirt Track

International Model 30 490cc ohc 1932-1939

International Model 40 348cc ohc 1932-1939

Model 50 OHV 348cc ohv 1933-1939

Model 55 348cc ohv 1933-1939 Twin-port version of Model 50

1936 Models

Military Models (1937 - 1945)

WD 16H 490cc sv

WD Big Four 633cc sv Sidecar Outfit

Post-War Models (1945 - 1970)

Model 19S 596cc 1955-1958.

Model 19R 596cc 1955 only.

Norton Manxman 650cc Export Only. (1960-1961)

16H 490cc sv 1946-1954

Model 18 490cc single 1946-1954

Big Four 633cc sv 1947-1954 596cc as from 1948

Model 500T 500cc 1949-1954 (350cc optional)

ES2 490cc single 1947 - 1964

ES2 MK2 490cc single 1964 - 1966

Model 50 OHV 348cc 1955-1963

Model 50 OHV MK 2 348cc 1965-1966 (AMC G3)

International Model 30 490cc 1947-1958

International Model 40 348cc 1947-1958

Manx 30M 498cc ohc 1946-1963

Manx 40M 348cc ohc 1946-1963

Model 7 497cc twin 1949-1956. First Norton Twin Motorcycle, designed by Bert Hopwood

Model 77 497cc 1950-1952. A rigid framed version of the Model 7, supplied only to the Australian market.

Model 77 596cc 1957-1958. Built mainly for sidecar use

Dominator 88 497cc 1952-1966 Same engine as a model 7 but in a featherbed frame

Dominator 99 596cc 1956-1962

Jubilee 250 1958-1966

Navigator 350cc 1960-1965

Electra ES400 400cc 1963-1965 (400cc version of the Navigator, with electric start)

Atlas 745cc 1962-1968

650SS 650cc 1961-1968 (twin carburettors)

Mercury 650cc 1968-1970 (single carburettor)

P11A 750cc 1967-1968. Scrambler style with Atlas engine.

Ranger 750cc 1968 (renamed from P11A)

N15 750cc 1967-1968

Commando Models (1967 - 1978)

Commando Fastback 1967-1973 Just called "Norton Commando" until 1969

Commando Roadster 1970-1975 750cc 1970-73, 850cc 1973-1975. Targeted for the American market

Commando Interpol 1970-1976 Produced for police force use

Commando Hi-rider 1971-1975 Targeted for American market

Commando Production Racer 1971- Special high-compression engine

Commando Interstate 1972-1975 750cc 1972-73, 850cc 1973-75

Commando Combat 1972

Rotary Models (1981 - 1992)

Interpol 2 P41

Classic P43

Commander P52 police model, P53 civilian model

F1 P55

F1 Sport P55B

RC588

RCW588

NRS588

2014 Models

Norton Dominator

Norton Commando 961 SF MkII 2015-

Norton Commando 961 Cafe Racer MkII

Norton Commando 961 Sport MkII


Sources include Wikipedia, factory brochures, Graces Guide, NOC...