HARLEY-DAVIDSON BALLENTINE’S ILLUSTRATED HISTORY MARQUE BOOK NO. 12
WRITTEN BY MAURICE D. HENDRY
Published in 1972
To illustrate the histories, Ballantine’s research teams have gone to sources all over the world for original pictorial material, to families and factories, to private collections and public archives, and secured rights to illustrations the public is often not allowed to see – the informal shots of the great manufacturers and designers, pictures of their failures as well as their triumphs, photographs that show the real truth behind the stories the press and public relations men have created. To complete the information, each book will contain specialised drawings, cutaways to illustrate the engineering developments, diagrams to bring out the character behind the gleaming machinery, maps that fit into the international racing and driving scene.
Together, the story and illustrations bring a depth and pace to the subject that no other publisher has ever achieved.
Mr. Harley and the three Davidsons
More speed, more power
In peace and war
The sport model
The largest motorcycle factory in the world
Twins for the thirties
Model K and the Golden Jubilee
British and American usage
The book has been used. Soft cover, 158 pages, English text.