XVT9M - searching for 1st bike
I want to reach out to everyone who may have knowledge of a particular Norton Commando motorbike which happens to be my dad’s first ever bike and one which he has been hoping to be reunited with (even if only for a picture!) one day as he loved it so much and wishes he had not parted with it in 1974. The registration is, or was, XVT9M, and all he knows is that it has been SORN for a number of years.
A new logbook was issued in 2012 so I am hoping it is still around somewhere.
Just in case it is sitting in anyone’s garage, please please ask anyone that might have any knowledge to get in touch with me. ????
I am hoping that I can brighten up his lockdown with some good news about it. Here’s hoping ????
Thanks for reading and stay safe everyone ????
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