The complete history and everything you have to know in order to make a correct restoration of the Moto Guzzi Galletto 150, 160, 175, 192 and 192, electric starter. Included the sporting version, the motorycle which was among the protagonists of the legendary Milano-Taranto race in 1952.
The history, the development and all usefull information for a correct restoration of a Moto Guzzi V7 Sport. The volume, complemented by technical datas and wiring diagrams of the all versions, is a complete guide all who want to restore or just to Know everythings about the this stunning motorcycle.
The Motoleggera ’65, alias the Guzzino, first appeared in early 1946 and was the brainchild of Antonio Meucci. Attractive, agile, engaging, the Guzzino immediately inspired the trust of potential buyers, so much so that it became the first motorcycle in Italy to achieve widespread sales. Robust, generous and reliable, the bike was soon adapted to the transportation of a passenger and was also modified to create a sports version capable of exceptional achievements. The story of the little gem from Mandello del Lario is the subject of this book, which analyses the machine’s history and technical evolution through the various models illustrated by a wealth of pictures in black and white and a portfolio in colour. The work is completed by a section dedicated to the restoration and maintenance of one of the major protagonists of Italian motorisation.
As popular as the Triumph Twins were in the 60s and 70s, they are quite possibly more popular now. The new book from Wolfgang Publications offers complete start-to-finish assembly and restoration sequences on two Triumph Twins, a 1963 Bonneville and a 1969 Bonniville. Also included is the start-to-finish assembly of the 1969 engine and transmission. Rather than try to describe the miniscule differences that often separated one year from another, this book offers a color gallery with left and right side views of all significant models from 1959 to 1983. With over 450 color photos, How To Restore Your Triumph offers 144 pages of hard-core how-to help for anyone who wants to repair or restore their own Triumph twin.
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.
The history of the Ducati production of singles, both two-strokes and four strokes, starting from the postwar years up to 1977. Included the list of all carburettors employed, the colours schedule, electrical components and the racing history.
This book explains and shows how the author has restored his Vespa. It reports technical data, processing methods, the materials used, all essential and useful topics for a perfect restoration of the body, engine, carburetor, wheels and electrical system.
A small but exaustive biography of a great classical motorcycle. The author, great fan of this model, tells everything about it: the technical details, every tips for identifying a really original R90S or to restoring it.
Beginning with a practical section on understanding, choosing, and purchasing a classic Harley, this book focuses on the nuts and bolts of classic Harley ownership. Through step-by-step photography and thoughtful, informative instruction, the reader will learn how to disassemble a chassis, rebuild a fork, lace a wheel, and paint the major parts for any restoration. It also provides thorough instruction on repairing, overhauling, and restoring all major components, such as the engine, transmission, and electrical system.
This is a unique book of its kind, useful to all Lambretta owners and riders who mean to understand the evolution of the famous Innocenti scooter down to the smallest detail. After having digested all the technical information supplied by the concessionaires of the period, and having created thousands of illustrations showing all the versions produced by the Lambrate manufacturer between 1947 and 1971 piece by piece, the author has brought to life a guide that shows even the smallest modification carried out over the years on the various models that have appeared in the marketplace.
Due to those illustrations, it is possible to see when a particular modification was introduced during the production cycle of an individual model. The book is also enriched by dozens of original documents of the period published in colour, production graphs and, no less important, all the official technical specifications of the Traffic Control Authority for the registration of Lambretta vehicles.
The story of the Triumph Bonneville – its conception, design and production, how it compared to the competition (British and Japanese), and how it was seen at the time. With insights into the company that built it, from the boom times of the 1960s, through struggles in the 70s, and eventual closure in the ‘80s, plus guidance on buying a Bonneville secondhand, this is the fascinating history of a British icon.