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By: Bacon, R.
Publisher: Osprey / Motorbooks International: 1985
Seller ID: 61402
Paperback; pages yellowed, dent to corners of pages, previous owner's name to endpaper, in yellowed, creased and faded card covers. Nicotine aroma. A good reference copy. ; Comprehensive restoration guide to pre-1972 production Triumph Twins. With 250 b/w illustrations and photographs. ; 240 pages View more info
By: Berk, J.
Publisher: Paladin Press: 2001
Seller ID: 49717
Condition: Very Good
Paperback; very good in lightly scuffed card covers. ; An introduction to American police motorcycles; the machines and role. Includes details of the LAPD training program; and the use of motorcyles in combat. Illustrated. ; 96 pages View more info
Publisher: Schiffer: 2000
Seller ID: 54341
New paperback copies. ; Over 100 b/w photographs and line drawings. ; 52 pages View more info
By: Vale, Matthew.
Publisher: Crowood Press: 2006
Seller ID: 65603
Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket
Hardback; fine in fine dustjacket. ; The design and development of the range from its inception in 1958 to the demise of BSA in 1973; includes chapter on restoring and running a 1960 BSA C15 Trials Model. Illustrated. ; 175 pages View more info
By: Vanhouse, N. E.
Publisher: Panther Publishing: 2015
Seller ID: 58202
New paperback copies at a reduced price; published £14.99. ; In 1952 BSA needed to publicise their new 500cc Star Twin motorcycle. They took three standard bikes, rode them to Austria, entered the 1952 International Six Days Trial, won three Golds, then rode the same bikes north through Germany, Denmark and Sweden to Norway where they undertook a speed test - all this in just three weeks! Then they rode the same bikes back to Birmingham! Illustrated. ; 188 pages View more info
By: Wagner, H.
Publisher: Schiffer: 1996
Seller ID: 51744
Condition: Very Good
Paperback; blemish to title page otherwise very good in card covers. ; Accounts from company officials, dealers, and riders of classic Harley Davidson motorcyles of the 1930s. Hundreds of period photographs from private collections. The development of the H-D Big Twin from the sidevalve VL to the 61 and 74 OHV models - the legendary Knucklehead. ; 184 pages View more info
By: Wilson, S.
Publisher: Panther Publishing: 2008
Seller ID: 58203
New paperback copies at a reduced price; published £11.99. ; A study of one of the iconic British motorcycle manufacturers; describing all the post-1950 models. Reprinted from an earlier publication, 'British Motorcycles Since 1950' first published 1992. Illustrated. ; 48 pages View more info