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The New Indian Motor Cycle Restoration Guide 1932=1952

£50.00

Product description

Having been out of print since 1995 Jerry Hatfield has updated this classic reference book with new pages and photographs. It is spiral bound so it will lay flat on the workshop bench while referencing the photos during restoration! It describes the great Indian motorcycles in unparalleled detail, including the famed Scout, and Sport Scout, the rugged Chief V-Twin, the classic Four, and all other civilian models. Each year and model is listed in comprehensive tables that cover the machines from front to rear, including everything from frames and cylinder heads to clips and fasteners. In 243 pages packed with data entries, the book shows complete motorcycles, individual components, and routing and placement of clips, cables, and assemblies. This particular book is in perfect condition

Item details

Author(s):
Jerry Hatfield
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
243
Publisher:
MBI Publishing Company
Title:
The New Indian Motor Cycle Restoration Guide 1932=1952

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Having been out of print since 1995 Jerry Hatfield has updated this classic reference book with new pages and photographs. It is spiral bound so it will lay flat on the workshop bench while referencing the photos during restoration! It describes the great Indian motorcycles in unparalleled detail, including the famed Scout, and Sport Scout, the rugged Chief V-Twin, the classic Four, and all other civilian models. Each year and model is listed in comprehensive tables that cover the machines from front to rear, including everything from frames and cylinder heads to clips and fasteners. In 243 pages packed with data entries, the book shows complete motorcycles, individual components, and routing and placement of clips, cables, and assemblies. This particular book is in perfect condition

Author(s):
Jerry Hatfield
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
243
Publisher:
MBI Publishing Company
Title:
The New Indian Motor Cycle Restoration Guide 1932=1952

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