How To Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson Second Edition by Bruce Palmer III
In the decade preceding World War II and into the 1950s, Harley-Davidson was the United States battle bike of choice. Employed by the U.S. Army, Navy, and Marines, as well as several Allied Forces, it saw service in World War II arenas from Normandy to China. Loved for its toughness and versatility by the men it carried into conflict, Harley's military models are highly prized by today's motorcycle collectors and military enthusiasts.
HOW TO RESTORE YOUR MILITARY HARLEY-DAVIDSON 1932-1952 Second Edition is the ultimate reference for correctly restoring these rare and historically significant machines. Author Bruce Palmer III is one of the top experts on Harley-Davidson military bikes bringing years of research to this work. 464 pages with more than 580 archival and detail photos cover every facet of these unique motorcycles. Whether you are restoring your own Harley military model or are a student of military history, you'll find HOW TO RESTORE YOUR MILITARY HARLEY-DAVIDSON 1932-1952 Second Edition an invaluable reference.
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