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IL GRANDE LIBRO DELLE MOTO EUROPEE E AMERICANE ANNI 70

Series devoted to the glorious history of Seventies motorbikes is now completed by “The Great Book of Seventies European and American Motorcycles”. Th...
Manufacturer: Giorgio Nada Editore
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Series devoted to the glorious history of Seventies motorbikes is now completed by “The Great Book of Seventies European and American Motorcycles”. The protagonists of this publication are bikes like the BMW 900R 90/S and 1,000R 100/S, the BSA 750 Rocket 3, the Norton 750 Commando, the Triumph T150 Trident and the Harley Davidson 1,000 XLCR and 1,200 Super Glide. As with the previous publications, this book also provides a broad panorama of Seventies lifestyle and society, as well as a section on the technical evolution of motorcycles of that era through thousands of colour pictures and advertisements of the period.

Featured motorcycles:

BMW R90/S 900

BMW R100 RS 1000

BSA Rocket3 750

Triumph Trident 750

Norton Commando Fastback 750

Norton Commando PR 750

Harley-Davidson Cafè Racer 1000

Harley-Davidson Super Glide 1200

Munch Mammuth 1200

Hercules 2000 Wankel

Condition of the book: good inside but the cover is slightly damaged. 

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Products specifications
Binding Hardbound
Pages 240
Size cm. 24x27
Colour Pictures oltre 1000
B/W Pictures 100
Publishing Date 2005
Text Italian
Author Sarti Giorgio
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