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The Great Book of Harley Davidson

By Saladini: Szymezak

VMB Publishers, 2004. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Book. 528 pp. Clean nicely bound copy. Unmarked pages. Large Handsome volume. "At first a convenient means of transport, the motorcycle became a cult object. In fact, a legend has grown up around Harley -Davidson motorcycles. They have become a trophy, a monument on two wheels whose myth has transcended one hundred years of American history, attracting generations of motorcycling enthusiasts throughout the world. This volume brings together the best of these books about Harley-Davidson, with wonderful photographs and inside anecdotes on a trip that traces one of the 20th century's most vibrant myths. The first part tells the story of the Milwaukee company through a catalog of the bikes that have brought Harley-Davidson success, right up to the most recent models, and describes and illustrate the production process and the highly original, innovative technological solutions the company has engineered. The second part investigated the work of HD coustomizers like Arlen Ness, Cyril Huze, and their colleagues, who turn a mechanical wonder into a moving sculpture.".