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The Harley in the Barn: More Great Tales of Motorcycles Archaeology Hardcover – Oct 28 2012
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“More than lives up to its subtitle as a collection of ‘great stories of automotive archaeology.’ ” –Detroit News
About the Author
Tom Cotter had been involved in nearly every end of the automotive and racing industries before writing his first book. From working as a mechanic and auto salesman to heading the public relations department at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Cotter then formed his own racing and automotive PR agency, Cotter Group. The agency represented some of the largest clients in NASCAR, IndyCar/CART, drag racing, and road racing. He has written biographies of the legendary Holman-Moody race team, Tommy Ivo, and Dean Jeffries, but is best known for his series of barn find books, such as Cobra in the Barn, 50 Shades of Rust, and Barn Find Road Trip. Cotter appears in the Barn Find Hunter series on YouTube, which is distributed by Hagerty Insurance. He teaches public relations at Belmont Abbey College, sits on the advisory board of McPherson College's Auto Restoration program, and is a member of the Road Racing Driver's Club (RRDC). He is married to Pat, and has one son, Brian, and lives in Davidson, North Carolina.
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A nice light book for the holidays - the format makes it simple to enjoy 1 or 2 stories at a time or you could sit down an digest in a couple of sittings.
Hopefully he keeps them coming, I still hope that one day I will come across a bike hidden in a barn, but until then I can read about what is still out there.
Bravo, Mr. Cotter!