Harley-Davidson in the 1960s

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MBI Publishing Company, 2001 - Transportation - 95 pages
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This book chronicles such classic 1960s Harley-Davidson motorcycles as the XLCH Sportsters, Duo Glides, Electra Glides, Aermacchi models, Panheads and Shovelheads. Special attention is given to the Sportster's status as the world's pre-eminent superbike in 1960 and how it lost that distinction mid-decade with the emergence of Japanese and British marques. The technology of Harley-Davidson's Big Twin engine is also discussed, as are custom bikes and the 1969 takeover of the company by AMF -- a move that nearly spelled the end of Harley-Davidson. Illustrated throughout with superb color photography of lovingly restored and factory-original bikes.

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Contents

Expectations Are Raised
vii
Expectations Are Confounded
33
Expectations Are Resolved
71
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