C. Racer Spr/86: NSU, Guzzi, Bianchi, AJS E95, G50, Rudge, Manx, DKW
Classic Racer motorcycle magazine, Spring 1986, No. 13. 71 pages. U.K. publication. Promotional material still attached to cover. In very good condition. Front cover has penned price at top, back cover has light creasing on top edge, internal pages have expected age related paper yellowing around the edges, bottom staple is no longer holding the centrefold poster page, otherwise in excellent condition. Front cover photo: Helmut Fath and Wolfgang Kallaugh drift their 500cc URS outfit at Mallory Park. Back cover photo: Dave Pither on Seeley-G50. Contents: TEST: 1200cc NSU The Best Chair (4 pages); FEATURES: Novice to Champion in four years, the rise of MV's world champion Gary Hocking (5 pages); Ariels to Yamahas, Down Under (4 pages); Stanley and the Guzzis, What Stanley Woods really thought of the V8 (4 pages); Riding with Indian's Wrecking Crew, lapped the dirt tracks at 90mph on three-speed side-valvers (4 pages); Cranks made to measure, Rings off the Peg, components project Honda 250 Four (5 pages); Ray Pickrell, action study of short-circuit scratcher (centrefold poster, 2 pages): Bianchi: Singles, Twins and a Four, one of Italy's bike makers (4 pages); Project Porcupine, New plans mean two AJS E95 (4 pages); Butcher, Baker, G50 Maker, Mick Taberer is gathering parts to build 20 Matchless engines (2 pages); Classics To Race: 250, 350 & 500cc Rudge (3 pages); Racing a Manx - What it Was Really Like (2 pages); Cann's Guzzi Revived, the V-twin restored by West German Erwin Bongards (2 pages); REGULARS: Editorial (2 pages); Full Noise (2 pages); Now and Then, When Lyons Triumphed at the Manx (2 pages); World of Classic Racing (2 pages); Race Preparation, Fuel & Oil Supplies (3 pages); Two-stroke Tuning, DKW's early lessons (3 pages); Raceware (1 page); plus more including advertising. Please refer to the photographs of the actual item showing condition and forming part of the description. For local (Adelaide) pickup or postage at buyer's expense. Well packaged standard postage is $4.50. For multiple items, combined postage can work out cheaper per item.
- Date Listed:21/12/2019
- Last Edited:22/01/2020
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