The Dealer and Repairman, April 1902: Motor Cycle Number [Motorcycles]

By: Perry, H.W.; E.H. Cave; E. Ralph Estep, eds.

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Los Angeles: Fair. Not dated (circa 1940s or ‘50s). Staple-bound wraps, 13.6 by 21.4 cm, 128 pp., illus. Fair with edge chips and tears to the covers; the spine has tears at the staples and is split lengthwise, but still intact. The interior is good with a closed tear on the top edge of the first two leaves. A scarce reprint of a rare issue of The Dealer and Repairman, originally published in April 1902. This is a motorcycle special issue that deals with a time period when motorcycles were not much more than bicycles with small, simple motors attached. Some of the articles included are “Great Problems of Motorcyclists,” “Shall it be Part or All Powered?,” “Friction Drive Motor Bicycles,” “Motorcycles for Women,” “What Will the Motorcycle Become?,” etc. Also includes sections on bicycles, tools, firearms, typewriters, etc. Well illustrated and great ads.

Title: The Dealer and Repairman, April 1902: Motor Cycle Number [Motorcycles]

Author Name: Perry, H.W.; E.H. Cave; E. Ralph Estep, eds.

Categories: Motorcycles,

Publisher: Los Angeles, Floyd Clymer Publications:

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 2004

Keywords: Transportation