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They're loud. They're powerful . . . and they have a million loyal fans. Harley-Davidson motorcycles have achieved an almost cult-like status in the U.S. and around the world; riders everywhere know their distinctive styling and sound. And in their quest to attain the Harley lifestyle, enthusiasts collect anything and everything related to their revered bike. Now there's a book unlike any other that fans can add to their bookshelves.
Harley-Davidson Collectibles, the first book devoted to all Harley memorabilia, stylishly presents everything from Harley-produced watches, pocketknives, literature, parts, and clothing, to aftermarket motorcycle toys, race posters, tour and club pins and badges, and more.
Harley-Davidson Collectibles contains still-life photos of mementos and detailed captions describing each item. Historical photos and introductory text create a well-rounded account of the Harley-Davidson motorcycle and its stunning array of valuable and rare memorabilia. All Harley-Davidson fans will want this book.
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Town Square Books from Voyageur Press provide entertaining, in-depth coverage of popular cultural icons, collectibles, nostalgia, and Americana. Town Square Books have an appealing balance of lively text, crisp full-color photography, and careful reproduction of rare archival material.
Nick Cedar is a motorcycle and studio photographer. His still-life photos of motorcycle memorabilia grace a best-selling Harley-Davidson calendar.
Michael Dregni is the author of Inside Ferrari, an engineering history of Ferrari automobiles, and two histories of motorscooters: Scooters! and Illustrated MotorScooter Buyer's Guide.
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Harley-Davidson enthusiasts are a breed unto themselves, and Harley fans worth their salt will devour this comprehensive collection of motorcycle photos and text, as well as postcards, pins, toy bikes, tie clasps, and, of course, clothes or "gear." Dregni and Cedar have amassed photos of thousands of bikes and other memorabilia and divided them by type (including dealer collectibles, touring memorabilia, racing posters, and police and military stuff). Even the casual observer will be drawn in by the colorful illustrations and informative text, but Harley fans will go nuts; and it won't be surprising if many of them are prompted to begin collecting memorabilia as well because of the passion they share for all things Harley. Joe CollinsReview:
"You might not have 10 or 20 grand to drop on a new Harley-Davidson motorcycle, but there are plenty of Harley collectibles that you can buy for a lot less. And many of them are detailed in a new book . . . ." -- Orlando Sentinel, Orlando, FL
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Book Description Raincoast Books, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1551921383