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Colin Seeley

£220.00

Product description

Hardback First Edition, published by Redline books, in 2006. Signed by the author on frontis. Dust jacket slightly bent at extremities. Black cloth covered boards with gilt title on spine. Book in very good condition, clean with no marks or inscriptions. Remains very tightly bound.

Foreword by John Surtees.
Contains numerous black and white and colour photos.

Britain in the 1950s was a time of great design innovation for the motorcycle. Way back in 1954, when Colin Seeley was riding around on his father's Vincent outfit, little did he realise how interwoven his own life and the motorcycle scene would become.

This volume, the first half of Colin Seeley's autobiography, isn't just the story of one man's life and achievements, although the Seeley marque is indeed an achievement.

Item details

Added value:
Rare Signed First Edition
Author(s):
Seeley, Colin
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
29 x 26 x 3 cms
Edition:
First, 2006
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0954435710
ISBN-13:
9780954435714
Number of pages:
281
Publisher:
Redline
Title:
Colin Seeley Racer ... and the rest

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About this item

Hardback First Edition, published by Redline books, in 2006. Signed by the author on frontis. Dust jacket slightly bent at extremities. Black cloth covered boards with gilt title on spine. Book in very good condition, clean with no marks or inscriptions. Remains very tightly bound.

Foreword by John Surtees.
Contains numerous black and white and colour photos.

Britain in the 1950s was a time of great design innovation for the motorcycle. Way back in 1954, when Colin Seeley was riding around on his father's Vincent outfit, little did he realise how interwoven his own life and the motorcycle scene would become.

This volume, the first half of Colin Seeley's autobiography, isn't just the story of one man's life and achievements, although the Seeley marque is indeed an achievement.

Added value:
Rare Signed First Edition
Author(s):
Seeley, Colin
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
29 x 26 x 3 cms
Edition:
First, 2006
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0954435710
ISBN-13:
9780954435714
Number of pages:
281
Publisher:
Redline
Title:
Colin Seeley Racer ... and the rest

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