Tales of Triumph Motorcycles
Veloce Publishing Ltd, 2000
Britain's best-known Triumph restorer delivers this amazing collection of inside information, humor, and anecdotes about the Triumph factory, the motorcycles, and the men who manufactured them. Hugie Hancox worked at the Triumph Motorcycle factory at Meriden from the 1950s until the 1970s. His years of experience working within the Triumph factory uniquely qualify him to present this fun-filled collection.
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