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The Comprehensive Vintage Motorcycle Price Guide, 2015-2016 Edition

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The Comprehensive Vintage Motorcycle Price Guide, 2015-2016 Edition

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Designed by enthusiasts for enthusiasts, this guide includes price data for dozens of motorcycle brands worldwide, from Ace to Zundapp and includes major marques such as BMW, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, and Triumph as well as lesser known or more specialized ones such as Ariel, Buell, KTM, Pope, and Whizzer. This edition contains a new section for Douglas prices.

Formed by the opinions of dealers, auctioneers, collectors, and experts in the vintage field and confirmed by hundreds of hours of research and data entry, it is the most accurate price guide written for vintage motorcycles. Prices are derived from actual sales between knowledgeable enthusiasts and are given for six quality grades, ranging from rat-bike to like-new.

The guide opens with an overview of which bikes are hot and which are not, with commentary by experts on why prices are changing as they are. It also includes a full description of how each price grade is defined and how to recognize which grade a particular bike belongs in.

Printed in a handy pocket size, it is the perfect companion to have with you at the next motorcycle rally or auction you attend, or even when you chance upon that rare specimen in a neighbor’s garage or a farmer’s barn and want to make an offer to "take-it-off-the-table" immediately. Just one insight gained from this price quide will earn back many times the book’s cost on your next sale or purchase.

Order Code VMPG15-A
Binding Softbound
Format 4-1/4 x 6-1/2 in.
Pages 240
Illustrations none
ISBN 978-1-884313-95-0
Publisher Whitehorse Press
Publication Year 2015

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