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GILERA SATURNO

Career and evolution of a bike which now among the cars best-loved by collectors. This book is full of historical and technical information on all tou...
Manufacturer: Giorgio Nada Editore
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Career and evolution of a bike which now among the cars best-loved by collectors. This book is full of historical and technical information on all touring, sport, military racing and moto-cross models and is also a useful guide to restoration.

Products specifications
ISBN 978887911388/
Binding Softbound
Pages 80
Size cm. 24x27
Colour Pictures 39
B/W Pictures 73
Publishing Date 2008
Text Italian
Author Pignacca Brizio
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