Harley-Davidson: A Celebration of the Dream Machine by Graham Scott

Harley-Davidson: A Celebration of the Dream Machine by Graham Scott hits the £1 shelf in my shop.

Hamlyn, 1990, Hardback.

Illustrated with photographs, in colour & black and white. From the cover: Harley-Davidson is the only major motorcycle manufacturer still in business in the US, sole survivor of the great names such as Indian, Henderson and Ace. Quite apart from that, the Hog, as these machines are known, occupies a unique niche in modern US folklore. This book is an officially-sanctioned illustrated profile of the history and the cult of these machines. All aspects of the Harley phenomenon are explained: the founding fathers, the model range, the Hog at war, racing, and celebrities on a Harley, cult appeal, image, adornments, clubs and Daytona Beach.

Very Good. Boards a little dull and lightly soiled. Text complete, clean and tight.

Grey boards with Black titling to the Spine & Upper Board.
80 pages. Index. 13″ x 9½”.

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