AMC motorcycle books cover the history and racing of the classic AMC motorcycles.
Associated Motor Cycles (AMC) was a British motorcycle manufacturer founded by the Collier brothers as a parent company for the Matchless and AJS motorcycle companies. It later absorbed Francis-Barnett, James, and Norton before incorporation into Norton-Villiers.
The Book Of The A.M.C. Singles by William C Haycraft (1973) covers the 1955-66 OHV AJS, Matchless and Norton Touring Singles. It will take the place of The Book of the AJS, The Book of the Matchless and The Book of the Norton.
The First AMC Racing Scene by Bruce Main-Smith (1980). Written as a tribute to the memory of Jack Williams, the development and race engineer for Associated Motor Cycles, makers of the Matchless and A.J.S. motorcycle in the early post-war years.