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Re: Lightweight battery/tool box

Posted by patrick_mullen at November 24. 2018

The first one looks to be in decent condition but all of them are pricey.  Maybe one day the Norton lightweight might be a valuable collector's item but there was a 1960 De Luxe Jubilee (looked to be in very good condition with excellent correct bodywork and paint) sold recently on Ebay for £1250. So current market prices don't justify some of the parts prices quoted recently.

 

Re: Lightweight battery/tool box

Posted by dan_field at November 24. 2018

I think £45 is a fair price, but it has a chuffing big hole in it, ign switch perhaps?

Re: Lightweight battery/tool box

Posted by patrick_mullen at November 24. 2018

I left North Yorkshire in September 2008 so my ideas on the pricing of Jubilee/Navigator bits might be a bit out of date.  Back then the going rate at Rufforth or Scorton autojumbles was £15 for a very good tool box and £5 for an oil tank which included the fittings; or £5 / £10 for a good petrol tank.

My original De Luxe Jubilee cost £350 in 1990; it was an MOT'd runner with Registration Document and a transferable registration worth £500. So that valued the machine at MINUS £150.!  Back then the traders were saying "it's worth more if I put it on Ebay" but they still did most business at the autojumbles.

So they have gone up in value especially the Standard Navigator.

 

 

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