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TOPIC: HOT Rods-factory-Dunstall-Gus Kuhn-Custom

HOT Rods-factory-Dunstall-Gus Kuhn-Custom 28 Aug 2022 11:34 #1

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Interesting that besides special ordered factory configurations ie hot rods were done over by dunstall and Gus Kuhn among others, I am mostly knowledgeable on The Dunstall repurposed nortons of both slimlines and commando.
Over 15 years ago John Woodgate , was friendly with Paul Dunstall and had started awebsite with a Dunstall register and virtual museum. I had registered my atlas in the list.I did learn a few things that I will later expand upon. It is now gone off the internet.
Back in the 90's, I bought a Dunstall equiped 71 commando sprint type which was a well equipped bike only lacking the 810 aluminum barrel kit. eventually I will try to reassemble it to it original glory..

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DUNSTALL 11 Sep 2022 08:33 #2

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It is noted that the NOC officially ignores Dunstall bikes on their website.
On occasion, Ron Fraturelli seems to get the nod for supplying repair bits.That includes outrageous prices...

Never the less Dunstall featherbed and commando info is available.
I will share what I have researched off of my 68 "Dunstall" Atlas and 71 Norton Commando w/Dunstall kit.

68 Dunstall
For now see here: AGTS 68 Dunstall

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