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Harley Davidson: The Ultimate Machine

by Tod Rafferty

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0762412682, Hardcover)

In recognition of Harley Davidson's 100year anniversary, this definitive single-volume history features more than 300 photographs of some of the greatest motorcycles ever made by the legendary company -- including all the landmark bikes, new models for 2000 and 2001, such as the Twin Cam 88, Harley's new 1440c V-twin engine, and many rare historical archive prints of early models. Tod Rafferty has written several best-selling books on American motorcycles, including The Indian and The Complete Harley Davidson Encylcopedia.

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