Panther motorcycle books cover owner's guides and the history of Phelon & Moore Panther motorcycles.
Phelon & Moore manufactured motorcycles in Cleckheaton, Yorkshire, UK from 1904 to 1967 particularly those under the Panther marque
The Book of The Panther (1932 to 1947 Lightweights) by William C Haycraft (1948) is a comprehensive guide for all owners of P & M, lightweight motor-cycles (covers models from 1932 onwards).
The Book Of The Red Panther (1932 - 1940) by William C Haycraft (1946) is a practical and comprehensive guide for all owners of P & M Red Panther motor-cycles (covers models from 1932 onwards).
The Book Of The Red Panther (1932 to 1938) by William C Haycraft (1938) is a comprehensive guide for all owners of P & M, Red Panther motor-cycles (covers models from 1932 onwards).
The Story Of Panther Motorcycles by Barry Jones (1983). The story of the legendary machine manufactured by Phelon & Moore and penned 'The Perfected Motorcycle'.
The Panther Story: The Story Of Phelon And Moore Ltd by Barry Jones (1999). Phelon and Moore were one of the earliest and most successful of the pioneers of motorcycling. They outlasted many more famous names and the factory did not finally cease motorcycle production until 1966. From the beginning they produced solid, well constructed and reliable machines which performed well at home and throughout 'the colonies' to where many early P&Ms were exported. They gained the reputation for being superb Six Days Trials machines and were well represented in endurance events. However in the 20s and 30s P&M introduced the name of Panther for their sporting models which were, and still are, quick and comfortable.