DIVItas every motorcyclistas dream. A friend or acquaintance says, aYou know, thereas an old bike thatas been sitting in this garage for years.a The hunt is on. And rather than the usual worthless Hondazukimaha pile of hopeless oxidation, at the back of that barn you find a genuine classic, the motorcycle collectoras dream. The Vincent in the Barn tells forty such stories--tales of motorcycle hunting dreams come true. From Ducatis in basements to Vincents abandoned in sheds, Harleys in barns to Brit bikes moldering behind urban garages, these are the stories that fuel every motorcyclistas fantasies. The only difference? Theyare true. DIVSee Tom Cotter, author of Motorbooks aIn the Barna series, interviewed by Jay Leno on JayLenosGarage.com: http://www.jaylenosgarage.com/video/jays-book-club-the-hemi-in-the-barn/1237422/ /div /divaWe strapped it onto the trailer and went directly to a self-service car wash, a said Seymour. ... Maciag flushed and cleaned the gas tanks and replaced the pistons, rings, valve guides, valves, wiring harness, coil, plugs, plug wires, cap ... In the fall of 2008, he proudly rode his Indian to the Fairfield County Concours da#39; Elegance in Westport, Connecticut, and entered it in ... failed to start because of the fuel tank issue and was hauled home in the back of Seymoura#39;s son-in-lawa#39;s pickup truck.
|Title||:||The Vincent in the Barn|
|Publisher||:||Motorbooks - 2009-09-15|