The vintage motorcycle market is alive and vibrant, with more and more enthusiasts buying and selling vintage bikes - some for investment and some for pure enjoyment. The Price Guide, published every two years, includes comprehensive data for dozens of brands worldwide. It covers all models for the years 1901 through 1996. Designed by enthusiasts for enthusiasts, the Guide opens with an overview of which bikes are hot and which are not, with commentary by vintage motorcycle experts on why prices are changing as they are. It also includes a guide to show how each price grade is defined and how to recognize which grade a particular bike belongs in. Prices are derived from actual sales between knowledgeable enthusiasts and are given for six quality grades, ranging from rat-bike to like-new. Unlike price guides used by insurance companies to establish motorcycle values, this Guide is based on actual purchase prices tallied from recent auctions, major motorcycle exchange meets, and internet sales. Printed in a handy pocket-size, this is the perfect companion to have with you at the next motorcycle auction you attend or when you find that rare specimen in the back of the neighbor's barn. Just one insight gained from this price guide on your next sale or purchase will earn back many times the book's cost.Unlike price guides used by insurance companies to establish motorcycle values, this Guide is based on actual purchase prices tallied from recent auctions, major motorcycle exchange meets, and internet sales.
|Title||:||The Comprehensive Vintage Motorcycle Price Guide 2015/2016 Edition|
|Author||:||The Motorcycle and Model Railroad Museum of Wisconsin|
|Publisher||:||Whitehorse Press - 2015-05-15|