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DeltaMike

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Post Sat Apr 21, 2012 2:32 am

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

Looks like we see things the same way Pa.
I respect Bruce.
I copied the WLC section for me.
I am asking Bruce for his permission to let other chaps have a copy.
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MarkBranst

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Post Sat Apr 21, 2012 10:21 am

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

Thank you Pa.

For the record, "fair use" of copyrighted material allows you to make copies for your OWN use. The day you start distributing copies to others, you are no longer practicing "fair use" and you are breaking the law.

Second, Delta Mike, if you would take the time to look at the Google version of the original "How to Restore Your Harley-Davidson" you would learn that the WHOLE book is NOT available on line. That is a "teaser" which allows someone to preview the book prior to buying it. Mr. Palmer spent a lot of time creating this volume, and the publisher spent a lot of money putting it together ... It is their intellectual property as long as the copyright holds, and they deserve to be compensated fairly.

Mark
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Pa

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Post Sat Apr 21, 2012 10:46 am

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

MarkBranst wrote:Thank you Pa.

For the record, "fair use" of copyrighted material allows you to make copies for your OWN use. The day you start distributing copies to others, you are no longer practicing "fair use" and you are breaking the law.

Second, Delta Mike, if you would take the time to look at the Google version of the original "How to Restore Your Harley-Davidson" you would learn that the WHOLE book is NOT available on line. That is a "teaser" which allows someone to preview the book prior to buying it. Mr. Palmer spent a lot of time creating this volume, and the publisher spent a lot of money putting it together ... It is their intellectual property as long as the copyright holds, and they deserve to be compensated fairly.

Mark


Exactly Mark and that is the real definition of the word FAIR. :D
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DeltaMike

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Post Sat Apr 21, 2012 12:03 pm

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

Thank you for defining what 'Fair use' means in your country Mark.
It has a different meaning where I come from.

Have Google reduced the amount of the book they published then Mark?
It was much more than a teaser the last time I looked.
Google has too many fleas on it's back for me.

Anyhow, does your nit picking reduce the value of the reason for asking the question?
That Bruce is generous.

Anyhow, you can carp on to your hearts content Mark
I have got dirt to scratch and eggs to lay..

Over and out.
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Brendan

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Post Mon Jun 18, 2012 8:51 pm

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

The book is worth every cent. I'm greatful it was written. The research must have taken forever. I hope Bruce gets out from under the thumb of "publisher's greed". I didn't know all this.
My copy doesn't make it to the garage.



Publishers,,,,,,,,,,Layers,,,,,,,,,,insurance companies nothing but tread marks

Still waiting for Dan Fogerty to climb out.
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Bruce Palmer III

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Post Tue Jul 10, 2012 8:08 pm

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

Hello All,

It has been a long time since I have visited the forum and I just found out about this thread a few days ago.

I have just finished business with my former publisher (last month) and have the full rights back to my non-military book. I am now in the middle of a full blown 2nd edition of the original book.

As to a PDF version or any electronic copy of either book, I am the copyright owner and under no circumstance do I authorize or approve of digitizing the books or portions thereof. They are meant to be print. Both were illegally exposed on Amazon, and the non-military book exposed on Google-Books. Those files have been removed.

If the 2nd edition of the non-military book is successful, I hope to bring out an updated reprint of the military book but that is down the road.

Thank you all for your interest.
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Pa

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Post Tue Jul 10, 2012 11:22 pm

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Good to see you back on Bruce. I emailed and called you but received no answers. I wanted to inform you of this topic but you must have lost my voicemail and email. Until now, it went by the wayside with no more comments. I figured the topic had ended so there was no need for me to have you address the issue contained in it, thus no more emails and calls on the topic to you. Give me a shout when you get a chance my Friend. Pa / Paul / Paps
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George Greer

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Post Fri Jul 13, 2012 10:05 pm

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

Bruce Palmer III wrote:Hello All,

It has been a long time since I have visited the forum and I just found out about this thread a few days ago.

I have just finished business with my former publisher (last month) and have the full rights back to my non-military book. I am now in the middle of a full blown 2nd edition of the original book.

As to a PDF version or any electronic copy of either book, I am the copyright owner and under no circumstance do I authorize or approve of digitizing the books or portions thereof. They are meant to be print. Both were illegally exposed on Amazon, and the non-military book exposed on Google-Books. Those files have been removed.

If the 2nd edition of the non-military book is successful, I hope to bring out an updated reprint of the military book but that is down the road.

Thank you all for your interest.


I am intestered in your updated book as soon as it is finished.

George Greer

PS, Is there going to be any more detailed information concerning engines, engine cylinders, and identification, with pics? I think that the panhead section is lacking.
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Chris Haynes

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Post Sun Jul 15, 2012 12:14 pm

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DeltaMike wrote:Have Google reduced the amount of the book they published then Mark?
It was much more than a teaser the last time I looked.
Over and out.


Bruce's lawyer whacked their pee pee over that.
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justanneels

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Post Thu Nov 14, 2013 12:16 am

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

Has there been an update for this? It has been over a year since anything was posted. I would hate to buy a $400 book and it be released the following month for $50.

Thanks,

J
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DeltaMike

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Post Thu Nov 14, 2013 1:07 am

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

justanneels wrote:Has there been an update for this? It has been over a year since anything was posted. I would hate to buy a $400 book and it be released the following month for $50.

Thanks,

J


http://www.ebay.com/itm/How-to-Restore- ... 2ecbada1f5

http://www.ebay.com/sch/sis.html?_kw=HO ... %2CPanhead

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss/ ... y-Davidson
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45Brit

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Post Thu Nov 14, 2013 1:37 am

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

well, I have Bruce Palmer's "How To Restore Your Harley Davidson" and I'd say it's the best thing in print on the subject and worth every penny. I have a particular view here, because I am a professional engineer and paying $150 on up for textbooks is nothing new, that's the cost of properly researched books in fairly small editions. Anyone expecting a book like this to sell for coffee-table photo-collection prices isn't fooling anyone but themselves.
Shoot, a man could have a good weekend in Dallas with all that stuff...
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Pa

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Post Thu Nov 14, 2013 10:22 am

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

45Brit wrote:well, I have Bruce Palmer's "How To Restore Your Harley Davidson" and I'd say it's the best thing in print on the subject and worth every penny. I have a particular view here, because I am a professional engineer and paying $150 on up for textbooks is nothing new, that's the cost of properly researched books in fairly small editions. Anyone expecting a book like this to sell for coffee-table photo-collection prices isn't fooling anyone but themselves.


You said a mouth full and all of it is true. Bruce's newest book is in the works and I am excited for the time when it is finally completed, published.... and released. I've not met many as bright and knowledgable as Bruce. I have also not met many as personally helpful, kind, generous, friendly, and honest as he is as well.
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justanneels

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Post Thu Nov 14, 2013 12:22 pm

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

So....there is no update of when the new book is being released.
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RUBONE

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Post Fri Nov 15, 2013 6:45 pm

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

Bruce is looking at a mid 2014 release date at this time. Some important information is not completely finalized at this time.
Be patient Grasshopper!
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Chris Haynes

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Post Tue Nov 19, 2013 10:49 pm

Re: How to Restore Your Military Harley-Davidson

So far the new book is at 840 pages. A hell of a lot of new information. Bruce had hoped for a December 2013 release but it is now looking like Summer of 2014.
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