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Harley-Davidson: Rolling Sculpture
Subtitled: A Pictorial Celebration of the First 95 Years. This special volume commemorates the 95th anniversary of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Having survived an onslaught of competitors, Harley-Davidson stands alone as a purveyor of famous American motorcycles. Enjoying unparalleled success, the company today remains the most recognized and revered brand name in the world. This volume features more than 50 classic Harley-Davidson motorcycles, a chronology of the company\'s history, and colorful photos of tank logos, V-twin engines, and single-cylinder machines. Hdbd., 11 3/4'x 11 3/4', 144 pgs., 30 b&w ill., 300 color.'
Techno-Chop: The New Breed of Chopper Builders
The Big Book of Harley-Davidson Horsepower: Evo,Twin-Cam,and V-Rod Hop-Ups
Tom Murphy. The Big Book of Harley-Davidson Horsepower is a thorough, full-color guide to building horsepower in Harley-Davidson\'s latest Big-Twin engines. Tom Murphy puts his decades of real-world experience into words that anyone can understand and everyone will enjoy reading. The text includes easy-to-follow hop-up 'recipes' for stage one (Street Performance), stage two (Super Street), and stage three (Full Race) engines for Evolution and Twin-Cam models, plus specific improvements for the already powerful V-Rod engine. Also, it features a section on fuel injection, and it includes tips and aftermarket performance products for transmissions, suspensions, brakes, and tires. Appendices include basic information for speed-addicts on how to go racing, and a full reference of aftermarket suppliers.\r\n\r\nPaperback \149 8-1/4'x 10-1/2' \149 240 pp \149 250 color, 50 b/w\r\n'
American Chopper at Full Throttle Book
Take the definitive, behind-the-scenes tour of television's most uproarious family circus and get a nuts-and-bolts view of the bikes and brawls that make up a typical day on the set of American Chopper. 176 pages, softcover.
Harley-Davidson combines three Enthusiast Color Series titles: Classic Harley-Davidson (1903-1941) by Herbert Wagner and Mark Mitchell, Harley-Davidson Customs by Tim Remus, and Harley-Davidson Motorcycles by Allan Girdler and Jeff Hackett in one value-priced book. Glide through the exciting and colorful look at Harley-Davidson\146s early motorcycles and history, from the company\146s inception in 1903 through the suspension of civilian manufacturing just prior to America\146s entry into World War II in Harley-Davidson Classics. Harley-Davidson Customs depicts rolling works of art that are fire-breathing customs with high-performance engines professionally photographed at the Daytona and Sturgis rallies. Harley-Davidson Motorcycles is a colorful volume that not only tells the history of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, but also features the legendary motorcycles that made the company an American legend.\r\nPaperback \149 8-1/4\148 x 9\148 \149 288 pp \149 240 color'
lassic Harley Big Twins
Three previous motorcycle color histories -- Harley-Davidson Knuckleheads, Harley-Davidson Panheads and Harley-Davidson Shovelheads -- are combined into one volume to provide a giant, colorful retrospective of Harley-Davidson\'s classic 'cylinderhead' models. Marvelous modern color photography and a huge gallery of archival images depict examples of each model and variant, while an authoritative text reveals all the engineering and design breakthroughs, performance specifications, boardroom battles, marketing strategies, and competition histories. Sftbd., 8 1/4 x 10 5/8, 384 pgs., 75 b&w and 250 color ill.'
Harley-Davidson: The American Motorcycle
For 100 years Harley-Davidson has led the way in American motorcycles. Harley-Davidson: The American Motorcycle provides the full story of the finest Panheads, Shovelheads, Knuckleheads, and more, from the company\146s origins in 1903. Ron Hussey\146s superb photography captures all the details of the most interesting Harley bikes. Allan Girdler\146s colorful text tells the history of Harley-Davidson\146s street and racing bikes in a style that\146s pure pleasure to read. \r\n\r\nPrevious Hardcover Edition (1992) 0-879386-03-7 sold over 100,000 copies\r\n\r\nPaperback \149 10\148 x 10\148 \149 192 pages \149 170 color\r\n'
\r\n\r\nPrevious Hardcover Edition (1992) 0-879386-03-7 sold over 100,000 copies
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The Harley-Davidson Motor Company
Subtitled: A 100-Year History. Harley-Davidson, Inc. considers this book too candid for its blindly loyal fans. This latest history is an updated and expanded 4th edition and includes straight talk about which models run well and which models don\'t, who the Harley-Davidson heroes really are, and how America\'s only remaining motorcycle was ridden to the abyss of utter failure. Features many historic William Davidson photos that have since mysteriously disappeared, plus photos of the very latest models, facts on racing, technology, accessories, cops, outlaws, celebrities, and more! Every Harley fan, from first-time rider to grizzled veteran, will want this fascinating, all-too-true story that is offered proudly without Harley-Davidson approval or endorsement.\nHardcover, 9 x 9, 232 pp, 25 color, 260 b/w\n'
Harley-Davidson, Inc. considers this book too candid for its blindly loyal fans. This latest history is an updated and expanded 4th edition and includes straight talk about which models run well and which models don\'t, who the Harley-Davidson heroes really are, and how America\'s only remaining motorcycle was ridden to the abyss of utter failure.
Features many historic William Davidson photos that have since mysteriously disappeared, plus photos of the very latest models, facts on racing, technology, accessories, cops, outlaws, celebrities, and more!
Every Harley fan, from first-time rider to grizzled veteran, will want this fascinating, all-too-true story that is offered proudly without Harley-Davidson approval or endorsement.
\nHardcover, 9 x 9, 232 pp, 25 color, 260 b/w\n'
Heroes of Harley-Davidson
One-hundred years of Harley-Davidson is often reduced to a tale of machines. Equally fascinating, and often overlooked, are the men and women behind the machines. The Harley and Davidson founders, the engineers, the racers, the designers, the dealers, the flesh-and-blood heroes made the company and the bikes the success they are today. This book was written in cooperation with the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum to accompany an exhibit that opened in 2003. \r\n\r\n\r\nHardcover \149 10\148 x 10\148 \149 156 pages \149 100 color, 100 b/w\r\n'
This book was written in cooperation with the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum to accompany an exhibit that opened in 2003.
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Harley-Davidson Indian Wars
**Now in Paperback!!**From the early days of the motorcycle Harley-Davidson and Indian battled for control of the American market. The two makers continuously introduced new technology, forcing each other back to the drawing board time and again. Harley-Davidson ultimately prevailed with Indian\'s demise in the early 1950s. Follow along as Allan Girdler takes you on this colorful tour through the competitive histories of these legendary American motorcycle manufacturers. Sftbd., 10'x 10', 180 pgs., 150 b&w ill., 100 color.'
For Harley-Davidson history buffs! Rare archive photos show the evolution of the Harley-Davidson from its pioneering machines in the early 1900s to the end of the Panhead era in 1965. An expert guide to this true American legend. Hardbound, 6 3/4\148 x 9 1/2\148, 160 pages, 230 b&w ill.'
Hardbound, 6 3/4\148 x 9 1/2\148, 160 pages, 230 b&w ill.'
Harley-Davidson: The Illustrated Motorcycle Legends
The Harley-Davidson story, told in words and exceptional color photographs, showing how the Harley and Davidson partners had the machine for the time right from the start - evolution has kept it there. Hdbd., 9 1/2'x 12', 96 pgs., 50 b&w ill., 121 color.'
The Illustrated Directory of Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
Harley-Davidson motorcycles are true American icons, representing a brand of human expression unrivaled by just about any other vehicle. This impressive, compact volume describes in detail the developmental history and technical specifications of every Harley-Davidson production model from 1918 to present, as well as several custom creations. The book is generously illustrated with fantastic color photography capturing the spirit embodied by the motorcycles. \n\nSoftbound, 4 1/2' x 8 1/2', 360 pgs., 250 color ill.\n'
\n\nSoftbound, 4 1/2' x 8 1/2', 360 pgs., 250 color ill.\n'
100 Years of Harley-Davidson
The name Harley-Davidson is recognized the world \nover as an icon of the American experience and the American dream.\nIn a year-long celebration of its 100th birthday, Harley-Davidson is organizing a series of exhibitions and concerts called the Open Road Tour, an array of television programming, and online events that will coincide with this landmark publication.\nWilliam G. Davidson is the grandson of one of four founders and the designer of several of Harley-Davidson\'s most popular bikes. 'Willie G.' is a god among Harley enthusiasts, and here, his narrative reveals the inside story of the family business, from family reminiscences about the company\'s origins to insight into the making of Harley\'s classic models. The book is packed with rare and unseen photographs from the Harley-Davidson archives, featuring races, rallies, famous faces, and much more.\n\nAbout The Author\nWilliam G. Davidson became Harley-Davidson\'s vice president of styling in 1969. He is the grandson of William Davidson, who with Walter Harley and two brothers started the company nearly a century ago. Since the 1960s Willie G. has been involved in the design of every model the company has produced.\n\nHardcover, 11 x 11, 288 pp, 150 color, 350 b/w \n'
America Celebrates 100 Years of Harley-Davidson
This visually dynamic celebration of Harley-Davidson\'s first century of motorcycles includes a history of the company, profiles of the most significant motorcycles, and a 'lifestyle' look at Harley-Davidson\'s appeal and role in popular culture. Each section is illustrated with historical photos, memorabilia, and studio photography of the bikes, Also included is a detailed eight-page timeline covering key events. Also published under item number 134966, titled: Harley-Davidson 100 Years: Celebration of a Legend.\r\n\r\nHardbound, 10-1/2' x 11-3/4', 224 pages, 500 color illustrations. \r\n\r\n'
Also published under item number 134966, titled: Harley-Davidson 100 Years: Celebration of a Legend.
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Harley-Davidson 100 Years: Celebration of a Legend
This visually dynamic celebration of Harley-Davidson\'s first century of motorcycles includes a history of the company, profiles of the most significant motorcycles, and a 'lifestyle' look at Harley-Davidson\'s appeal and role in popular culture. Each section is illustrated with historical photos, memorabilia, and studio photography of the bikes, Also included is a detailed eight-page timeline covering key events. Hdbd., 10 1/2 x 11 3/4, 224 pgs., 500 color ill.'
Harley-Davidson: A Pictorial Celebration
The colorful history of Harley-Davidson covering the inter-war years to the latest lines of Harley-Davidson production. For street, strip, and track, all the great bikes from every decade are profiled with plenty of specs and color photos. Knuckleheads, Fat Boys, Electra Glides, military versions, police models, even limited production models. Sftbd., 8 7/8'x 12', 160 pgs., 150 color ill.'
Harley-Davidson Racing 1934-1986
The comprehensive history of America\'s most successful competition motorcycles-originally published as Harley-traces the evolution of Harley-Davidson racing bikes from 1934 to 1986 with complete technical analysis of all models, personal anecdotes from legendary riders and teams and evocative archival photos from private collections. Hdbd., 8 1/2 x 11, 192 pgs., 220 b&w ill.'
Harley-Davidson Sportster/Buell Engine Hop-up Guide
Power and performance are the goals of the Harley-Davidson Sportster/Buell Engine Hop-Up Guide. This guide shows you how to get the most out of your Sporty engine, whether you ride on the street, strip or track. Learn how to make your little Harley GO with tips from the pros. \n\nFrom early model Sportsters to the latest Buells, this guide covers them all, both 883 and 1200cc engines. The book is chock full of quality photographs to help you get the job done right.\n\nPaperback \149 8-1/2' x 10-3/4' \149 144 pp \149 125 color, 125 b/w\n'
\n\nFrom early model Sportsters to the latest Buells, this guide covers them all, both 883 and 1200cc engines. The book is chock full of quality photographs to help you get the job done right.
\n\nPaperback \149 8-1/2' x 10-3/4' \149 144 pp \149 125 color, 125 b/w\n'
Original Harley-Davidson Knucklehead
Harley-Davidson stunned the world when it unveiled its EL 61, better known as the Knucklehead, on November 25, 1935. The overhead-valve technology was impressive at a time when sidevalve engines were the order of the day, and the engine formed the basis for all Harley Big Twins to follow, right through the Evolution engines of the 1980s and 90s. But what really grabbed enthusiasts\146 attention was the styling of the new Harleys. The Knucklehead formed the die from which all future cruisers would be cast. Fittingly, Knuckleheads are much sought after by collectors today. This book, like others in the Original series, aids anyone collecting or refurbishing these classic Harleys. It illustrates and describes the correct parts, finishes, and options and trim pieces for all Knuckleheads, from the 1936 debut through the 1947 bikes, the last year of production.\r\nHardcover \149 8-3/4\148 x 11-1/2\148 \149 128 pp \149 250 color\r\n'
Harley-Davidson\'s Softail line is one of Harley\'s best-selling series, and in fact is one of the most popular large-displacement motorcycle series in the world. No question, the Softail defines the cruiser genre, the best-selling segment in the U.S. motorcycle market. Combine the bikes\' popularity, their beautiful design, and the relative few books on the subject, and Harley-Davidson Softail is the perfect choice for Harley enthusiasts.\r\nThis Softail bible discusses the story behind the original Softail chassis, built and marketed by Bill Davis before being purchased by Harley, and continues by focusing on the various Softail models, such as the Heritage, Springer, Fat Boy, and the latest Softail series, which uses the innovative dual counterbalanced Twin Cam 88B engine. \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPaperback, 8-1/4' x 10-5/8', 128 pp, 100 color\r\n\r\n\r\n Color history of Harley\'s most popular model line\r\n Includes the untold story of the Softail\r\n Photographs of all major Softail models\r\n Written by noted Harley authority Greg Field\r\n'
\r\nThis Softail bible discusses the story behind the original Softail chassis, built and marketed by Bill Davis before being purchased by Harley, and continues by focusing on the various Softail models, such as the Heritage, Springer, Fat Boy, and the latest Softail series, which uses the innovative dual counterbalanced Twin Cam 88B engine.
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The Milwaukee Marvel takes center stage in this colorful work written by two of the motorcycling industry\'s best-selling authors. This colorful volume not only tells the history of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, it also features the legendary motorcycles that made the company an American legend. Beautifully illustrated! Sftbd., 8 1/4'x 9', 96 pgs., 10 b&w ill., 80 color.'
Edited by Darwin Holmstrom. Get ready to rock, roll, and rumble through 100 years of Harley-Davidson history. Hit the highway with acknowledged authorities as you travel through a full century of Panheads, Shovelheads, Knuckleheads, Cafe Racers, and Evolutions.Cruise through the history of power and speed with Cycle World columnist Kevin Cameron as he documents the Motor Company\146s delicate balance between technology and tradition. Go hog wild with Hunter S. Thompson and Brock Yates as they outline the evolution of the outlaw image and the culture spawned by Harley-Davidson. Peter Egan sheds light on the XLCR Cafe Racer and best-selling authors Girdler, Field and Anderson add their expertise to deliver the most comprehensive history ever published on the Company and its highly sought-after motorcycles. Filled with hundreds of stunning new color photographs.\r\n\147One hundred years of Harleys are detailed and lavishly photographed in this oversized (seven pounds!) edition that is sure to send any motorcycle enthusiast to hog-heaven.\148\r\n\150 Business Review, December 13-26, 2002\r\n\147This photo-rich celebration of Harley-Davidson\146s first 100 years will delight fans and illuminate for others the vehicle\146s enduring appeal.\148\r\n\150 San Francisco Chronicle, November 2002\r\nFeatures multiple contributing authors including Hunter S. Thompson, Brock Yates, Kevin Cameron, and Peter Egan.\r\nPaperback \149 7-7/8\148x 9\148 \149 384 pp \149 400 color, 50 b/w'
The Encyclopedia of the Harley-Davidson
The Harley Davidson Sportster
Allan Girdler, with Photography by David Dewhurst. In 1957 Harley-Davidson bowed to customer pressure and grafted an overhead-valve top end unto the four-cam bottom end of its floundering KL series of middleweight motorcycles. The resulting motorcycle, the Sportster, earned the distinction of being the most iconoclastic motorcycle model ever produced. In continuous production for 44 years and counting, the Sportster long-ago abdicated its original title as the king of high performance motorcycles, yet it remains one of the world\146s most popular motorcycles, despite using antiquated technology. The elegant simplicity of the Sportster embodies what Robert Persig calls \147the a priori motorcycle.\148 That is, when most people close their eyes and conjure up the image of a motorcycle, it is something very similar to a Sportster that immediately springs to mind. It is this raw, essential nature that propels the Sportster to mythic status.'
The Ultimate Harley-Davidson
Subtitled: An Encyclopedia of the Definitive Motorbike from Classic to Custom - Exploring the Legend of an American Dream. This mighty motorcycle possesses a cult mystique, and its legend is appreciated by a vast and varied audience. This colorful exploration of Harley-Davidson motorcycles and its culture explores all aspects of the bikes, from their origins, history and make-up to stories of those who live to ride. A one-of-a-kind celebration of a uniquely American tradition. Hdbd., 9 1/2'x 11', 256 pgs., 800 color ill.'
Harley-Davidson Evolution Motorcycles
This dynamic volume chronicles the design and development of the Evolution engine and the machines it powers. Told through firsthand accounts from engineers and designers, this story goes beyond the new engine to Harley-Davidson\'s shift to a more nostalgic look. The book also covers the softtail suspension that has the appearance of 1940\'s-era suspension while providing a smooth and comfortable ride. Field taps into how Harley-Davidson transformed the motorcycle of choice for outlaws and outcasts into a cultural icon for affluent excitement. Hdbd., 10 x 10, 168 pgs., 200 color ill.'
Harley-Davidson: History & Mystique
One of the best-selling Harley-Davidson books of all time is back in paperback at only $15.98! In its hardcover format this book has sold well over 100,000 units and features the beautiful photography of ace lensman Randy Leffingwell. With much more editorial content than other promotional titles, this inspired book looks at key bikes made by Harley-Davdison over the past 100 years and is a must for the Harley fan. A great value at $15.98 this book features 192 pages and is filled with color photos.\r\n\r\nPrevious ISBN: 0-7603-0031-3\r\n\r\nPaperback \149 9 x 12 \149 192 pages \149 200 color\r\n'
\r\n\r\nPrevious ISBN: 0-7603-0031-3
\r\n\r\nPaperback \149 9 x 12 \149 192 pages \149 200 color\r\n'
Accessories for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
Subtitled: A Guide to Personalizing Your Bike. Make your Harley-Davidson stand out in any crowd! Buying your motorcycle is just the first step in an exciting journey of choosing parts and accessories that reflect your own personality and riding style. From custom painting to seat selection, mild engine hop-ups to wheels and brakes, Accessories for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles takes you through the steps of shopping for, choosing, and installing accessories, demystifying the process along the way. Filled with answers to questions about how custom accessories are made and how best to begin accessorizing your Harley-Davidson. Hdbd., 11 1/4'x 11 1/4', 192 pgs., 355 color ill.'
The Milwaukee Marvel takes center stage in this colorful work written by one of the motorcycling industry\'s best-selling authors. This colorful volume not only tells the history of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, it also features the legendary motorcycles that made the company an American legend. Features early singles and twins, Flatheads, Knuckleheads, Panheads, Shovelheads, Evolution bikes, and Twin Cam 88s. This edition is updated to include the 2003 Anniversary edition, the 2004 Sportster, the new V-Rod, and much more.\r\nAbout the Authors\r\nPhotographer Jeff Hackett\'s work has appeared in a number of Motorbooks International titles, including The Harley-Davidson Century and Allan Girdler\146s Harley-Davidson in the 1960s. He lives and works in Orange, Connecticut.\r\nAllan Girdler previously chronicled Harley-Davidson history in several Motorbooks International books, including The Harley-Davidson and Indian Wars and Harley-Davidson in the 1960s. Girdler is a former editor of Cycle World, and currently a contributor to national motorcycle magazine.\r\nPaperback \149 8-1/4\148 x 9\148 \149 96 pp \149 80 color'
How to Customize Your Harley-Davidson
Grab your wrenches and head for the garage, it\'s time to say good-bye to your stock Harley-Davidson! This hands-on guide to personalizing your Milwaukee iron contains color chapters dealing with major subassemblies such as suspension and bakes, as well as painting, finishing, bolt-ons, planning and more. Color photo sequences show how to perform the work, including frame molding and installing a wide-drive kit. Case studies cover building a hot-rodded engine, building an FXR, and converting your dresser to a Road King. Contains extensive resource listings. Sftbd., 8 1/4'x 10 3/4', 160 pgs., 100 b&w ill., 100 color.'
This elegantly written and lavishly illustrated book presents a series of portraits of Harley enthusiasts and their often obsessive attachment to this iconic motorcycle. From the President of Harley-Davidson USA to a backstreet mechanic, it will portray men and women in Britain and throughout the world who restore old Harleys, collect them, customise them, race them, tour on them, and even lead outlaw lives with Harleys as their transport. Includes: The original Hell\'s Angel, a millionaire collector and restorer, an official historian, top female drag racer, Europe\'s longest-established Harley dealer, a police Harley rider, the Blue Knights Club exclusive to ex-members of the emergency forces, and the Vietnam Veterans Club, the Masonic lodge with a Harley-mounted division of display riders, a Scottish independent biker committed to purist choppers, and UK and US celebrity owners. Hardcover, 9-3/4 x 9-3/4, 160 pp, 140 color\n'
Harley-Davidson Bolt-On Performance
Jerry Smith. Modern Harley-Davidsons are worthy performers \151 they\146re powerful, reliable, comfortable, and they handle and brake pretty well too. But if you really want to turn your particular H-D into a canyon carver, a tire smoker, or the ultimate in cross-country transportation, there is definitely room for improvement. In this guide, author Jerry Smith outlines each of the systems that contribute to your bike\146s performance and discusses some of the different products out there to take it to the next level, including: induction, cylinder heads, ignition, pistons and rods, exhaust, driveline, suspension and breaking. He brings the information to you, directly from the mouths of some of the industry\146s most respected manufacturers. Whether you just want to do a carb swap and add a set of pipes, or you\146re looking for the biggest crate motor that can fit in your frame, Harley-Davidson Bolt-On Performance gives you the information you need.\r\n\r\nPaperback \149 8-1/2\148x 11\148 \149 128 pp \149 300 b/w\r\n'
Harley-Davidson Data Book
Your one-stop information source for all of Milwaukee\'s iron from 1903 through 1996. Year-by-year data listings cover: models offered, retail prices, paint colors, technical specs, options, first-year and only-year features, company and racing trivia. Sftbd., 8 1/4'x 10 5/8', 160 pgs., 100 b&w ill.'
How to Restore Your Harley-Davidson Motorcycle
No nut, bolt or cable is overlooked on 1937-47 Knuckleheads, 1937-48 Flatheads (74ci & 80ci), 1937-63 Servi-cars, 1937-52 Solos (45ci) and 1948-64 Panheads. An essential reference for all owners, restorers and enthusiasts. (Shovelheads and Sportsters not included.) Sftbd., 8 1/4 x 10 5/8, 640 pgs., 750 b&w ill.'
How to Hop-Up and Customize Your Harley-Davidson Bagger
Tim Remus. Baggers don\'t have to be slow, and they don\'t have to look like every other dresser in the parking lot. Take your Bagger from slow to show with a few more cubic inches, a little paint and some well placed accessories. This new book from Tim Remus shows you how to upgrade the engine, lower the bike, and personalize the paint and sheet metal. Over 400 color images help explain exactly what it takes to install a set of springs in the front forks or re-program the fuel injection map. Follow along as the project bike, a 2004 Standard, makes the transition from stock to custom: including an upgrade to 95 cubic inches and the addition of a flame paint job laid out over the standard black urethane.\r\nPaperback \149 8-1/2\148 x 11\148 \149 144 pp \149 350 color\r\n'
The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Motorcycles
This lavishly illustrated history winds its way through the 20th century by exploring such popular American motorcycle manufacturers as Pope, Thor and Merkel. Rafferty\'s journey takes you through the Industrial Revolution to modern times and the incredibly successful Indian and Harley-Davidson models. Crisp, double-page color spreads highlight the most significant models of the past century. Thousands of facts, figures and unforgettable color photographs!\r\n\r\nHardcover, 10-1/2 x 11-1/4, 256 pp, 50 color, 50 b/w\r\n'
The Big Book of Harley-Davidson Centennial Edition
Chronicles the rise of a modern legend, from its humble beginnings in a 10-foot by 15-foot shed to its present position, a century later, as one of the world\'s most successful motorcycle manufacturers. Follow the trail of this American success story as it winds through history, decade by decade, influenced by wars, the economy, and intense competition from domestic and foreign rivals. Illustrated by over 1,000 photographs dating back to the turn of the century, The Big book of Harley-Davidson provides a revealing acount of this American icon. The Special Centennial Edition is updated to include new information.\r\n\r\nHardcover, 9-1/2' x 12', 316 pages, 500 color, 500 b/w\r\n'
Illustrated by over 1,000 photographs dating back to the turn of the century, The Big book of Harley-Davidson provides a revealing acount of this American icon. The Special Centennial Edition is updated to include new information.
\r\n\r\nHardcover, 9-1/2' x 12', 316 pages, 500 color, 500 b/w\r\n'
Harley-Davidson: The Customs of Arlen Ness (Leatherbound Edition)
Subtitled: 30 Years of Hand-Crafted Motorcycles. Filled with Arlens very first customs, some early chopper and digger bikes from the late \'60s and early \'70s, plus a full complement of his very latest designs. Customs include: Mail Call, Two Bad, The Pan, Nesstique, the Ferrari Bike, Mona Lisa, and the newest full-bodied bike. Autographed by Arlen Ness. Leatherbound, 8 1/4 x 11, 127 pgs., 4 b&w and 95 color ill.'
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