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Classic Mechanics, (NOV 2014)
"Honda homage!"
Opening soon: The David Silver Spares Museum of honda Motorcycle. John Nutting took a sneaky peek!

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Mecum Monthly, (NOV 2014)
"Frozen in time"
The Covington Collection at Las Vegas 2015

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Ultimatemotorcycling.com, (JULY 2014)
"Honda CB350F Four-into-Four replacement exhaust system review"

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Classic Bike, (JULY 2014)
"Getting Trollied"
With the project Honda 400 Four in bits, it's time for some serious shopping. Where better for the supermarket sweep than David Silver Spares...
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Classic Bike, (JUNE 2014 - 2)
"Falling to bits nicely"
The big stripdown of our Honda 400 Four project starts in earnest. And Rick's happy with how it's coming apart. Well, most of it...
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Classic Bike, (JUNE 2014)
"Silver Strikes Gold"
Spares specialist David Silver has just added 100 classic Hondas to his collection, and reveals plans to showcase them in the biggest Honda museum outside of Japan...
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MCN, (FEB 2014)
"James May reveals his Honda passion"
Top Gear presenter agrees to unveil his cherished collection of classics at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show...
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MCN, (JAN 2014)
"David Silver offer a bright future for Honda CB400/4"
If there's one Japanese motorcycle that cuts across most of the perceived or alledged barriers, stereotypes and divisions within the classic world it has to be Honda's sublime CB400F...
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Bike, (JAN 2014)
"Inside David Silver Spares"
40,000 square feet, 90,000 different parts and one man's big idea. David Silver makes owning classic Hondas a breeze...
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Classic Bike, (OCT 2013)
"Why a Honda CB750 Will Make You Happy"
It's 'the bike that defined the path of Japan's eventual omnipotence.' That's James May's verdict on Honda's 1969 masterpiece. He explains why he loves his, even though he's not quite sure which one it is...
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Classic Bike Guide, (APRIL 2013)
"Honda 400 Four"
Once you passed your motorcycle test in the mid-1970s you probably bought one of these. If not, this is what all the fuss was about.
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Classic Bike, (APRIL 2012)
"JAMES MAY: Why I had to have one"
You meet the nicest people on an old Honda, especially if your're riding a 400 four - the bike that, argueably, turned British motorcyclists onto Japanese thinking
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Evening Sun, Hanover
"Speciailst rolls into Hanover"
David Silver sets up a motorcycle parts center at a former furniture factory
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EADT (Tues 06/03/2012)
"Celebrity bike fan gets dream machine"
LEISTON: TV presenter James collects lovingly-restored classic
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MCN (WED 29/02/2012)
"I'm not a spoilt tosser buying a few more bikes"
BBC top gear presenter and huge bike nut James May has - along with colleague Richard Hammond - been buying a number of new motorcycles but they aren't what you'd expect...
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MCN (WED 25/01/2012)
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Mass CB400/4 restoration project begins"
50 classic Hondas are given a new lease of life by parts specialist
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Bike (MAR2012)
Rupert Paul - "Joining the slow lane"

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Classic Bike (FEB2012)
"Fifty CB400/4s resurrected"
Mass restoration of 1970s micro-superbike will boost supply of hard-to-find spares - and create the world's biggest 400/4 showroom...
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Practical Sportsbikes, Issue 15 (JAN2012)
"Silver's Dream Machines"

David Silver is a name many of you may know. He sells Honda spares, y'see? But did you know he has perhaps the biggest UK collection of Honda 400/4s tucked away and plenty more besides?...
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Classic Motorcycle Mechanics, Issue 275 (SEPT2010)

"Without Whom..."
Silver struck gold in the 80s when he began selling Honda spares. 25 years on he's still keeping Honda's finest on the road, be they 15 or 50 years old...
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