Vincent Motorcycles

Author: Philippe Guyony
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845849027
Size: 37.92 MB
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This book tells the Vincent story from 1946 until the present day, including the stories of those significant individuals who helped to make Vincents such legendary machines.

Original Vincent Motorcycle

Author: J. P. Bickerstaff
Publisher: Herridge & Sons Limited
ISBN: 9781906133146
Size: 35.14 MB
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This book concentrates on the post-1945 1000cc B, C and D Rapides, the Black Shadow, Black Knight and Black Prince, and the 500cc Meteor and Comet singles, and information on the special-order racing models.

The Vincent In The Barn

Author: Tom Cotter
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760335354
Size: 39.13 MB
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"The Vincent in the Barn" proves that all the good ones have not been found and provides entertainment and inspiration to every motorcycle fan who ever dreamed of finding that long-lost classic machine.


Author: David Wright
Publisher: Crowood Press (UK)
ISBN: 9781861265166
Size: 22.14 MB
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Complete with detailed specifications, archive illustrations and specially-commissioned color photography, this book is a fitting tribute to one of the gems of the late British Motorcycle Industry.'

Most Of My Motorcycles I

Author: Peter Guala
Publisher: Christina McCarthy
ISBN: 1465862773
Size: 64.27 MB
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Only one make appealed to me now, and that was the Vincent. During my travels
in and around Bristol visiting various motorcycle shops Ihad come across a shop
called 'Craig's Motorcycles'. This establishment sold second-hand machines of all
makes but specialised in repairing the Vincent, having also a good Vincent spare
parts stock. While in the shop one day not long after my birthday I saw a Vincent
Rapide, series 'C' complete with sidecar. The sidecar looked like a boat, ...