If you are able not to look at the Norton and neither at the gal, please take a look at the man: his red turtleneck, his leather jacket and, most of all, his tremendous effort to focus on girl’s head and not on other body parts.
In the ’60s and first half of the ’70s the majority of fast UK bikes, the likes of Norton, Triumph, BSA, were sold to USA bikers, that were eager for this kind of machines. Usually the moment they were unloaded from the ships thery were already sold to an american lover of speed and style.
But importers evidently had already paid the annual fee to their…
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