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How to Restore Classic Off-road Motorcycles How to Restore Classic Off-road Motorcycles provides the classic off-road enthusiast with a step-by-step guide through a full restoration. Whether a post 1950 machine, or a more modern 80s twin shock, everything is covered in detail, from initial dismantling and parts sourcing to being ready to compete, including set-up and maintenance. Vintage Dirt Bikes Suddenly, everyone wants one of those old dirt bikes from back in the day. Knobby tires, small two-cycle engines, four-speed transmission, and a full four inches of suspension travel. Those are the bikes most baby boomers grew up on. The ones that young men rode into the ground and left to rot where ever they last fell. But no more. Now, those simple little Hondas, Yamahas, Harleys, and Pentons are making their way from the back of the garage to the front. From the barn to the shop. The shop where patient mechanics and enthusiasts are stripping them down and bringing them back to life. The questions for the prospective buyer is: What to bring home? Among the thousands of dirt bikes, scramblers, trials bikes, play bikes and early motocross bikes; which are the best bikes to make your own? Vintage Dirt Bikes will help the reader make that decision by providing them with information on all the most popular makes. For each bike, this new book provides four to six paragraphs describing the bike in general terms. In addition, bullet points for each model include the following information: relative cost to acquire, value when finished, and which are most likely to offer the most fun for the money. Readers will also find: what to look for when checking the condition of items like paint, suspension, frame and engine.
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Publisher: Midlife Classic Cars