Item description for Triumph Motorcycle Restoration by Timothy Remus & Gary Chitwood...
As popular as the Triumph Twins were in the 60s and 70s, they are quite possibly more popular now. The new book from Wolfgang Publications offers complete start-to-finish assembly and restoration sequences on two Triumph Twins, a 1963 Bonneville and a 1969 Bonniville. Also included is the start-to-finish assembly of the 1969 engine and transmission. Rather than try to describe the miniscule differences that often separated one year from another, this book offers a color gallery with left and right side views of all significant models from 1959 to 1983. With over 450 color photos, How To Restore Your Triumph offers 144 pages of hard-core how-to help for anyone who wants to repair or restore their own Triumph twin.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8.25" Height: 10.75" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2007
Publisher Wolfgang Publications, Inc.
ISBN 1929133421 ISBN13 9781929133420
Availability 0 units.
More About Timothy Remus & Gary Chitwood
Long time motorhead Timothy Remus is the author of over thirty titles - everything from lifestyle books like Bean're, Motorcycle Nomad; to how-to books like Cheap Chopper.
As president of his own small publishing company, Wolfgang Publications, the former auto mechanic also publishes five to ten books each year for other authors.
Tim reports that the twin responsibilities of writing and publishing leave him with limited free time for the really important things like riding motorcycles and working on projects in the garage.
Timothy Remus currently resides in Stillwater. Timothy Remus was born in 1949.
Reviews - What do customers think about Triumph Motorcycle Restoration?
Nice pictures Jan 31, 2008
I am a bit of a Triumph nut and have most of the books written on the subject.This" Restoration" book has quite a few nice pictures but is of no practical value regarding restoring a Triumph.I'll keep it for my collection but wont be refering to it.Get Hughie Hancock's video and the Hayne's manual along with a repro factory manual and you're set!!