The Harley In The Barn. Tales Of Motorcycle Archeology.

If you can’t pass a padlocked garage without wondering if there is a great old bike stashed inside, this is your book. Among all our fantasies – we all have quite a few – collectors put the one of re-discovering an old long-forgotten motorcycle at the top of their list.

The Harley in the Barn offers 40- amazing tales of lost Harleys, Nortons, hidden Hondas, dormant Indians, and busted BSAs, all squirreled away from prying eyes but found by lucky collectors just like you. 40 more opportunities for you to fantasize until it’s your turn to strike gold…

Warning. These stories of “Motorcycle Archeology”, can make you spend all your days off and weekends driving down country roads, visit lots of old farmsteads and push the doors of hundreds of sheds. Yes, you can get as much luck as anybody else.

Author Tom Cotter is not only a barn-find master, but a master of discovering the collectors with the best stories and the most outlandish finds. Foreword by Pat Simmons. 256-page hard cover book. $20.26. Order at The Harley in the Barn: More Great Tales of Motorcycle Archaeology.

2 Responses to “The Harley In The Barn. Tales Of Motorcycle Archeology.”

  1. 1 david uhl Oct 13th, 2012 at 9:44 am

    thanks for posting this CH, I need one right away. Is there many of photos in it?

  2. 2 Patumwan Oct 13th, 2012 at 10:23 am

    David. Yes, quite a few, but not in very large size.

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