Restoration Guide for 1929-1936 45"s

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Restoration Guide for 1929-1936 45"s

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Post by Billy » Tue May 16, 2006 8:08 am

http://www.vintagemotorcycleworks.com/manual.htm

I just got my copy of the "Restoration Guide" for 1929-'36 45's.. I can NOT imagine all the dedicated research that went into this !!
I find it very hard to put down. Totally Jam-packed with incredible details, as well as Amazing un-seen before pictures, part #'s w/pics, paint colors, price lists, you name it, it's in there.
It's fat as my phone book.
Truly a Excellent Manual..& a HD History book for all...
It's a Must-Have for anyone, restoring, or researching an early HD 45.
or- if only to study the old 45's.. It's really much more than I can accurately describe !!

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Re: Restoration Guide for 1929-1936 45"s

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Post by Panacea » Tue May 16, 2006 7:29 pm

Billy, Do they have a panhead book?..Mike

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Re: Restoration Guide for 1929-1936 45"s

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Post by Billy » Tue May 16, 2006 8:08 pm

Glad to post it. It has so much....Incredible Research & etc..

Mike-
No, no Pan book.

For Pans I'd recommend Bruce Palmer III's, "How To Restore...."
Another Extremely informative Must-Have manual..
These are the Very BEST, that I am aware of.

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