Skip to main content
000798 000801 000804 000807 000810 000813 000816 000819 000822 000825 000828 000831 000834 000837 000840 000843 000846 000849 000852 000855 000858 000861 000864 000867 000870 000873 000876 000879 000882 000883
English French German Italian Spanish

N15CS Numbers

Hi,

      Can anyone please tell what year these numbers from a N15CS hybrid are from and if so do they look correct:

Frame and Engine have matching numbers: 120823

Gearbox is NA15690G

Would I be able to get any conformation of authenticity via this site?

Thanks in advance for any and all help as always it’s very much appreciated.

Kind Regards

Phil  

Permalink

I suggest that you email the NOC technical adviser for these models at: hybrids@nortonownersclub.org.

I feel pretty sure that Anthony Curzon will be able to assist.

Permalink

Phil; Hope this helps. Click on the HISTORY tab here. There are two Atlas Hybrid pages listed. #1 is N/G 15 history, #2 is P11 for general information. The ‘hybrid’ factory records are with the AJS/Matchless Owners Club. Gearbox numbers are specific to each bike like the motor/frame numbers. Your motor/frame number looks like early 1967. The AJS/Matchless records should have a shipping date as well as the proper gearbox number. The records are not 100% complete however. Best of luck!

Permalink

I have answered the email that i received about the this N15CS. 

Permalink

Hi Anthony,

                    Thanks ever so much for the reply. It ended up in my spam box so have only  just seen it. I will try and post a picture of the bike to you if I can. 

Very Kind Regards 

Phil

 

Permalink

Hi All,

          I just wanted to give a HUGE Shout Out to Mr. Anthony Curzon who’s help with checking out the history and authenticity of a bike I was considering purchasing went way and above anything I could of hoped for.

Thank you ever so much Anthony for all your help and expertise.

Very Kind Regards 

Phil

Permalink

That is the first time any one has said thank you like that. The so called 1968 N15CS you wanted to buy, was clearly not, and the dealer could be done for miss representation of that bike. It was way to expensive, and it very clearly a late 1966 or early 1967, but never 1968. It did have too much wrong with it for the money that was being asked. for it. I  bought my first hybrid bike in December 1970, and i still have it. It is a 1967 Matchless G15CSR street scrambler one of only 95 produced. I have been researching these bikes ever since. 

 

Norton Owners Club Website by White-Hot Design

Privacy Policy