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3 Books 600+ pages on 1930's Motorcycles plus Timing charts

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Motorcycle Repair and Upkeep 1930 3 Volume Set
Motorcycle Repair and Upkeep Volume 2
Motorcycle Repair and Upkeep 1930 Book Volume 3
Motorcycle Repair and Upkeep 1930 (republished 2013-14)
3 Hardback Volumes 650 Pages, hundreds of photos and illustrations plus 10 pages of timing charts (removable for copying)

Volume One Parts 1-4 JAP, Levis, Rudge, Scott, Raleigh Engines and Sturmey Archer Gearboxes as well as articles on Brakes, Timing and Decarbonising plus a complete index.
Volume Two Parts 5-9 Velocette OHC, Sunbeam, Norton Engines, Albion Gearboxes, Ignition & Magnetos, Spark Plugs, Dynamos and Cut Outs, Electric Lamps, batteries and Cables, Instruments and Switches, Cylinder Repairs & Pistons plus a complete Index.  
Volume Three Parts 10-14 BSA, Triumph, Royal Enfield, P & M, Douglas, AJS, Ariel, Matchless, New Imperial, Villiers, Calthorpe Engines and Rudge, Velocette, BSA, Scott, Burman gearbox and clutches, Con Rod Repairs, Crankshafts, Ignition, Lubrication and a complete Index

‘Excellent books, perfect transaction, thank you

Classic Motorcycle Manuals publish a whole range of books from the turn of the last century, or to be more accurate re-publish them. As a result of their excellent work they allow those of us with an interest in motorcycle history to read first-hand accounts of the pioneering days of riding and maintenance without hunting around autojumbles or antique bookshops for dog eared copies of the originals.
The latest project to come from the Malvern based company is an excellent hardback book called Motorcycle Repair and Upkeep. The contents were originally published as a Series of 14 weekly parts around 1932, but are now reproduced in three books, that are soon to become sort after collector’s items in the very near future.

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