Signed Copy of Classic Honda Motorcycles - Identification Guide To The Collectable Models - 1958-90 - By Bill Silver

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We are proud to have these signed paperback copies of Bill Silver's latest book Classic Honda Motorcycles Identification Guide To The Collectable Models - 1958-90. If you're into 250-305cc Honda's from the 60's, "Mr. Honda" has a wealth of knowledge about those bikes in particular. This book presents a great overview of many of the collectible Honda's. There are a lot of small black and white photos of the various models, along with great information on why those models were important. There is also a handy 5 star rating system for each models collectability, smoothness of ride, passenger accommodations, reliability and parts/service ability. It does not cover every Honda model. This is an identification guide to the Collectible Models from 1958-1990 that belongs in your library of Honda books!

Summary - from Octane Press

Classic Honda Motorcycles by Bill Silver presents an overview of Honda motorcycles produced from 1958 through 1990, including iconic models such as the CB77 Super Hawk, CB92 Benly, Dream, CB750 and many others.  Based on the Illustrated Buyer's Guide to Classic Honda Motorcycles, this revised encyclopedic guide offers more than 400 additional photos—one for every single collectable Honda built!  Enthusiasts will find a bounty of useful and interesting information about which bikes are likely to suit an individual rider's needs, which models are most collectible and how to find parts for rare Honda motorcycles. The book also offers general and mechanical evaluations of every model along with detailed specifications, riding impressions of select Honda models, and other useful tidbits.

About the Author

Bill ("Mr. Honda") Silver is a leading expert on vintage Honda motorcycles. He has personally owned more than 300 vehicles over the course of 40 years, most of which have been Honda motorcycles. He is also a former editor of the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club (VJMC) newsletter. He is one of the foremost experts in the 1960s Honda 250-305cc twins and he also writes on, subscribe and get his latest articles.