An Illustrated History of American Custom Motorcycles
The History of American Custom Motorcycles Andrew Morland & Peter Henshaw.Morland and Henshaw interviewed customizers and owners to illustrate the changing fashions of the strange art of customizing motorcycles. Harley-Davidson, Indian, Triumph and more are featured in superb full-color images specially commissioned for this volume. Includes custom creations by Arlen Ness. Sftbd., 7 3/4"x 1 1/2", 128 pgs., 15 color ill.
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