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1 AJS and Matchless Bacon, Roy H.
Niton Publishing 1991 1855790114 / 9781855790117 New 
Perhaps for the first time, this book presents the definitive descriptions of all the models, sub-models, name changes, colour changes, parts swapping range-for-range, specification dodges and detail refinements of all the machines from AMC, whether they sported the Matchless ''flying M'' or the subtle roundal of blue AJS letters, produced since 1945. Very careful checking has taken place to ensure that all the information within is accurate to a degree previously unknown. Similarly, photographic research has been orchestrated like a military campaign to provide fresh material, previously unseen, to delight the enthusiast.Here, then, is an exemplary tome which will become the standard reference work on these fine British motorcycles, although its original shine should never wear off.; 0.79 x 8.35 x 7.48 Inches; 192 pages 
Price: 32.95 USD
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2 BSA Twin Restoration The Essential Guide to the Renovation, Restoration and Development History of All Post-war BSA Twins Bacon, Roy H.
Niton Publishing 2000 1855790424 / 9781855790421 New 
The essential guide to the renovation, restoration and development history of all post-war BSA Twins. Plus how to recognize parts, improve specifications and maintain this classic motorcycle.The only comprehensive restoration guide to the classic BSA Twin motorcycle ; A4; 240 pages 
Price: 59.95 USD
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3 BSA Twins and Triples Bacon, Roy H.
Mercian Manuals Ltd 2007 1903088364 / 9781903088364 New 
During the early postwar years, motorcycling was as popular as it is today – then the early BSA twin in its various guises was the machine for Mr Everyman. For the best part of thirty years these very British motorcycles have entertained and worked for their riders on the roads and racetracks throughout the world. Today they have become highly desirable as collectors’ items, giving enormous pleasure to many.Back in the days when the parallel twin was a rare sight, before the Second World War, BSA had produced an excellent V-Twin. Obviously the were experienced in ‘multi’ production. Their new vertical 500 engine mounted in a Silver Star frame sought to compete with the Triumph Speed Twin. Had the war not intervened, we might have known who won the competition. Their first postwar machine was, however, less sporty and became the A7 of 1946. BSA Twins and Triples takes the A7 development story through many successful motorcycles, some with pretty glamorous names – Golden Flash, Road Rocket, Rocket Gold Star, Spitfire, Shooting Star and Firebird. ; 0.9 x 8.3 x 7.3 Inches; 191 pages 
Price: 57.50 USD
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4 Triumph Twin Restoration Bacon, Roy H.
UK Niton Publishing 2000 1855790408 / 9781855790407 New 
The essential guide to the renovation, restoration and development history of all pre-1972 production Triumph Twins. Plus how to recognize parts, improve specifications and maintain this classic motorcycle.; A4; 240 pages 
Price: 57.50 USD
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5 Triumph Twins and Triples Bacon, Roy H.
UK Mercian Manuals Ltd 2007 1903088380 / 9781903088388 New 
In modern times, with the well-established recognition that the Japanese motorcycle now has alongside the long known German and Italian models, enthusiast can still point proudly to the one major British firm left from the past. It’s Triumph, now moved to a new home in Hinckley and building machines technically divorced from their past, but still using the traditional tank badge recognised all over the world. Long before events brought about this change, Triumph led the way to the vertical-twin motorcycle and after World War II majored on this engine type, adding a triple late in the day. These machines continue to be much in demand, but now this is in the classic machine market where they hold the same high position as they did when the models were new.; A4; 192 pages 
Price: 57.50 USD
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