David Mann “74 Knuckle / Pan” 16” x 20” Matted Motorcycle Biker Art #7908ezrxmb

“74 Knuckle / Pan”

Harley-Davidson 74 Knucklehead / Panhead Hybrid Engine

David Mann biker art centerfold poster removed from a vintage Easyriders motorcycle magazine, matted as shown, ready to insert into a 16″ x 20″ frame.

Great vintage motorcycle artwork print to decorate your office, garage, basement, rec room, man cave & more! Makes a great gift!

Size including mat: 16″ x 20″
Image area: approx. 10″ x 15″

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1949 Harley-Davidson Laconia Gypsy Tour Champ Joe Weatherly 16” x 20” Matted Vintage Motorcycle Ad #4908amot03xmb

Laconia, New Hampshire, June 19, 1949: The 18,000 spectators on hand to witness the 29th Annual New England Gypsy Tour feature event were given a tremendous thrill when last year’s 100-Mile National Road Race Champ, Joe Weatherly, Norfolk, Virginia, made history by repeating his 1948 performance, the first rider to win this grueling event in successive years. Starting slowly, and handicapped by two minor spills early in the race, Weatherly weaved and jockeyed his way to the front about the half-way mark, riding this difficult course like the master he is.

Trailing Weatherly most of the way was another Harley-Davidson star, Win Young, Santa Ana, California, who too second place. Following Young came Miller McDonald, Sal Scirpo, Ray Angstadt, Buck Brigance, Bill Miller and Stan Myers.

Saturday’s 50-Mile Amateur affair also ended in a complete victory for Harley-Davidson riders. George Boss, rough and ready boy from Glencoe, Ontario, Canada, set a wicked pace to take the race in the good time of 1 hour, 3 minutes and 12 seconds. Hot on his tall was Bill McManus, Harley-Davidson hotshot from Knoxville, Tennessee.

To Harley-Davidson goes the distinction of having won five out of the six 100-Mile National Road Race Championships held on the famous Belknap Area course. As in the past, this year’s great race has again given proof that when it takes stamina and reliability, Harley-Davidson motorcycles are by all odds the World’s Champions.

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Original, vintage motorcycle advertisement, matted as shown, ready to insert into a 16″ x 20″ frame.

Great vintage motorcycle artwork print to decorate your office, garage, basement, rec room, man cave & more! Makes a great gift!

Size including mat: 16″ x 20″
Image area: approx.: 10 1/2″ x 16 1/2″

1949 Harley-Davidson Laconia Gypsy Tour Champ Joe Weatherly 16” x 20” Matted Vintage Motorcycle Ad #4908amot03xmb available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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David Mann “Big Front Wheel” 16” x 20” Matted Motorcycle Biker Art #8009ezrxmb

“Big Front Wheel”

This guy is goin’ all out, with a spoked wheel moving so fast that it almost looks like a polished one-piece rim. Who knows if this near-illusion planted a thought in some young designer’s mind, only to be realized years later with CNC technology. What’s clear is that a fenderless, brakeless front wheel and a jockey shift made for uncomplicated lines from handlebar to axle nuts. The conchos’ leather strips on the rider’s chaps function like mini-leather windsocks, which along with his blown-back, wind-whistled hair, clearly reflect the amount of horsepower making its way to the rear wheel. As anyone who’ ever ridden a panhead opened up at full throttle down a lonely stretch of night highway knows, motorcycles offer a sensation of peace, power and solitude that cannot be easily described. However, David’s detailed depiction of such an experience leaves only the sound lacking. And as this biker’s composure suggests, that wind-filled ride may be all the song your soul will ever need.

David Mann biker art centerfold poster removed from a vintage Easyriders motorcycle magazine, matted as shown, ready to insert into a 16″ x 20″ frame.

Great vintage motorcycle artwork print to decorate your office, garage, basement, rec room, man cave & more! Makes a great gift!

Size including mat: 16″ x 20″
Image area: approx. 10″ x 15″

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David Mann “Big Front Wheel” 16” x 20” Matted Motorcycle Biker Art #8009ezrxmb available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1955 Harley-Davidson Grand Slam Victory at Daytona 16” x 20” Matted Vintage Motorcycle Ad #5504amot03xmb

Grand Slam Victory for Harley-Davidson in Daytona Races! 1-2-3 Andres, Phillips, Gibson in the 200-Mile National Championship…Andres sets new Daytona record.

In a sensational 1-2-3 winning, Harley-Davidson riders made motorcycling history on the sands of Daytona Beach, March 13. Brad Andres, brilliant San Diego, California, rider led the victory parade with the phenomenal speed of 94.57 mph. His time of 2 hours, 5 minutes, 46.54 seconds sets a new Daytona record and broke the two-year old record of Paul Goldsmith also made with a Harley-Davidson K. Following Andres in short order to take second and third honors came Jimmy Phillips of Pasadena and Johnny Gibson of Duarte, both from California and Harley-Davidson mounted.

Daytona’s long, hard 200-Mile grind at sustained high speed has again demonstrated the overwhelming superiority of the Harley-Davidson. No matter what make you ride today, you owe it to yourself to drop in to the Harley-Davidson dealer and test ride one of these famous models. You ride a real winner and a proven record maker when you ride the sensational Harley-Davidsons.

Dan Richards wins 100-Mile Amateur. Also sets new Daytona record.

From Little Rock, Arkansas, came Dan Richards and his trusty Harley-Davidson K to win the 100-mile Amateur on March 12. His time of 1 hour, 4 minutes and 54.80 seconds established a new record and his brilliant riding set the stage for further great Harley-Davidson victories the day following. Dan’s speed of 92.43 mph. was almost two miles faster than the previous record.

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Original, vintage motorcycle advertisement, matted as shown, ready to insert into a 16″ x 20″ frame.

Great vintage motorcycle artwork print to decorate your office, garage, basement, rec room, man cave & more! Makes a great gift!

Size including mat: 16″ x 20″
Image area: approx.: 10 1/2″ x 16 1/2″

1955 Harley-Davidson Grand Slam Victory at Daytona 16” x 20” Matted Vintage Motorcycle Ad #5504amot03xmb available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1968 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles 16″ x 20″ Matted Vintage Print Ad #e6803xm

What’s plus-engineering? A lot of important things all working together. Like making the parts others buy from outside sources. Example: Although 17 competitors buy their fuel tanks, we shape, weld, grind and polish our own. This is the fussy, finicky, nit-picky kind of engineering that makes every Harley-Davidson a custom machine…

Shown: Electra Glide, Sportster H, Sportster CH, Sprint H, Sprint SS, Rapido, M-65 Sport, M-65

Original, vintage motorcycle advertisement, matted as shown, ready to insert into a 16″ x 20″ frame.

Great vintage motorcycle artwork print to decorate your office, garage, basement, rec room, man cave & more! Makes a great gift!

Size including mat: 16″ x 20″
Image area: approx.: 10 1/2″ x 16 1/2″

1968 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles 16” x 20” Matted Vintage Print Ad #e6803xm available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1973 Harley-Davidson Z-90 – Standard with Sunroof

1973 Harley-Davidson Z-90 – Standard with Sunroof. The Harley-Davidson Z90. Cycling’s one-upmanship over convertibles. Nothing to fence you in or hold you back. And obviously Harley-Davidson. Two-stroke design mastery. Responsive 90cc power. Metered oil injection to end fuel mixing. Four speed transmission…

1973 Harley-Davidson Z-90 – Standard with Sunroof Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1997 August Cycle World – Blast Off! 1998 BMW K1200RS

Cover Story: Blast Off! 1998 BMW K1200RS; Features: Four-Runners – four cylinder forebears; Unlikely Champion – Harley-Davidson KR750; The Economics of Restoration – where does the money go?; Long-Term wrapup- BMW R850R; Special Section: Ten Best Bikes of 1997; Ultimate MX Comparison: Yamaha YZ125 vs. Honda CR250 vs. Kawasaki KX500 vs. Husaberg FC501; Rising Star – Ricky Carmichael; more

1997 August Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1979 Harley-Davidson Low Rider – built by Milwaukee, but…

1979 Harley-Davidson Low Rider – built by Milwaukee, but born in the biker havens of America. Harley-Davidson has never forgotten the basic relationship between man and motorcycle. Witness the Low Rider. Willie G. Davidson’s response to years of speaking with the proud owners of customized Super Glides. After countless nights spent talking bikes in places like Daytona’s Boot Hill Saloon, Willie went home and built one his way…

1979 Harley-Davidson Low Rider 2-Page Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1996 October Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue – One for go, one for show

Cover: One for go, one for show: Honda’s new-new Super Blackbird and Harley’s old-new Springer Heritage Softail

Features: Super Blackbird – Honda CBR1100-XX; Trademark Troubles – Harley strikes back, round two; 1914 Thor Twin; The First Production Motorcycle – Hildebrand & Wolfmuller in 1894; Special Section: Ten Best Bikes of 1996; Ten Best Bikes Worldwide; Tests: Harley-Davidson Springer Heritage Softail; Long-Term Update: BMW R850-R, Honda XR400-R and Suzuki GSXR750; Project: Killer KX – works replica roost machine; more

1996 October Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1979 – A Massive Announcement from Harley-Davidson

Now, for the first time ever, our huge 80 cu. in. V-Twin will be available on the Low Rider and Super Glide “Fat Bob” models… 1340cc’s: the largest dose of raw power and low-end torque in Harley-Davidson history…

1979 A Massive Announcement from Harley-Davidson 1-Page Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1979 Harley-Davidson XLH-1000 Sportster and 1979 Corvette in Candi Root Beer over Black Pearl Matched Set

This matched set costs a whole lot of money…guess how much and it’s yours free. There has never been, and probably never will be, another matched set like this 1979 Harley-Davidson XLH1000 Sportster and 1979 Corvette in Candi Root Beer over Black Pearl. Custom designed by none other than Willie G. Davidson and painted by Butch Brinza, nationally acclaimed custom painter of exotic cars and motorcycles. And what a job Butch did: First, after careful block-sanding, he applied ten coats of primer followed by the base coat of Black Pearl. Over this, Butch layed coat after coat of Candi Root Beer. Next came the Harley-Davidson logos on both car and bike. To protect the masterpiece paint job six coats of clear lacquer were applied for a “foot-deep” finish. And last, but not least, dark red accent pinstriping was flawlessly applied by hand.If you can guess the retail value of this matched set…it’s yours. At this point, so as to get a head start on your buddies, you’d probably rather have a quick run down of all the additional equipment on each…Here goes:

Sportster: Sissy bar with back rest pad, chrome footpeg end caps, right hand rearview mirror, air cleaner grille, chrome oil cooler, oil cooler cover, Eagle A/T raised white letter tires, oil filter kit, hi-way pegs, chrome timer cover, gold finished “1000” and “Sportster” medallions, chrome passenger peg end caps, custom paint and striping.

Corvette: Electric rear window defogger, air conditioning, sport mirrors (left hand remote & right hand manual), automatic speed control, tilt telescopic steering wheel, AM/FM stereo CB radio and power antenna, dual rear speakers, power windows and door locks, convenience group, American Racing 15×8 “Vector” Custom Wheels, GR60-15 Daytona XS radial tires, custom paint and striping. That should give you enough to start punching something in the old calculator. When you think you’ve got it, just fill out the coupon below and drop it off at your participating Harley-Davidson dealer. If in your haste and excitement you lose the coupon you can still pick one up at participating Harley dealers. Nothing much else to say except Good Luck!

1979 Harley-Davidson XLH-1000 Sportster and 1979 Corvette Matched Set Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1978 November Vintage Street Chopper – “Blown ‘N’ Blue”

Cover: a super colorful combination of Perewitz blown Sportster, the “Late Harvest” Honda and Stan Betz showing how not to lay on a custom paint job.

Features: Black Hills Classic; Harley for ’79; Road Test Yamaha 750; Deadwood ’78; Bikes: Gemini; MPLS Express; Blue Beard; Blown N’ Blue; Late Harvest; 3 Day Express; Technical: Betz Speaks on Paint; Goose it!; more

1978 November Street Chopper Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1979 October Street Chopper Magazine – Fond Du Lac Custom Fest

Contents: Bikes: Git Back; The Hunter; Honda Two Ways; Wrecking Crew; Star Rider; One of These Nights; Space Hawg; Fresno Flyer; Fresh Air; Technical: Electronic Ignition; Fiction: Choices; Missing Part; Features: Fond Du Lac Custom Fest – ABATE of Wiscobsin and Bizarr Cycle bring together the best of “Show ‘N’ Go” for this 2nd annual Wisconsin Custom Show; News from Sifton; Waupun Prison Git Down; BBA Bike Meet; Road Test – Kawasaki KZ650; more

1979 October Street Chopper Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1978 July Street Chopper Magazine – Billy Budd’s Blown Honda – The “Force”

Features: Harley’s 75th; Z1-RTC!; Space Age Bodies; Anniversary Harley-Davidson Sportster Road Test; Technical: HD Generator Rebuild; AMEN’s Exhausted; Cornering Mystique; Lookin’ Back; Bikes: Low Limeys; Magic Mushroom; The Force; Denver’s Troller; Trucker’s Savior; Harley Fever; U-Turn; Street Beast; more

1978 July Street Chopper Motorecycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1976 Harley-Davidson FLH-1200 – when was the last time you saw a dirty Harley-Davidson?

You’ve seen Hondas, Yamahas and BMW’s that needed a good cleaning. But can you ever remember seeing a Harley-Davidson in anything less than immaculate condition? Probably not. Because Harley-Davidsons are traditionally the most meticulously cared for bikes around. It reflects the pride that come s from owing one of these magnificent machines – such as the FLH1200 shown here. Like all the big bikes from AMF Harley-Davidson, this 4-stroke, OHV V-twin is noted for its ruggfed classic beauty. Mind-bending torque. Incomparable ride. And the deep, unique sound of its powerful engine. And then there is the heritage…

1976 Harley-Davidson FLH-1200 2-Page Ad available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1993 October Cycle World – Secret Weapon! 1994 Buell Thunderbolt – Harley-Davidson gets serious about sportbikes!!!

Tests: Honda CBR600-F2; Honda Pacific Coast; Yamaha Seca II; Yamaha Virago 1100; Husqvarna 610WXC; Husaberg FE600; Features: Bolt from the Blue – Harley-Davidson and Erik Buell team up to make an all-American sportbike; Honda RC45 – V-Four victory?; Ducati 916 – Bologna’s next act; Monster Story – on the lam with Ducati’s street-smart M900 Monster; Special Section: Ten Best Bikes of 1993; Ten Best Bikes Worldwide; more

1993 October Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1992 November Cycle World – Suzuki’s Water-Cooled Wonders

Road Tests: 1993 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Anniversary Model – touring wheels for the rich and famous; 1993 Yamaha Seca II; Husqvarna WXC360; Features: New for ’93: Suzuki – an open-class GSX-R water-pumpter heads the charge; Building a Better Bandit – Ducati unleashes a Monster; Track Tested – down and dirty with Suzuki’s new liquid-cooled GSXR750; Forever Young – Nixon at Loudon; Comparision: Hog Wild in the Gold Country – Harley-Davidson Low Rider vs. Honda Shadow 1100 vs. Kawasaki Vulcan 88; The Case for Cruisers – America’s Bikes?; more

1992 November Cycle World Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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1949 May Motorcyclist Magazine – Vincent HRD road test

Cover Photo: A T.T. “Dust-Up” – Riders in recent west coast T.T. race experience dust up hill on course.

Contents: Letters; Report to our readers; Crotona Motorcycle Club Sportsman’s Trial; Conducting English Trials – suggestions regarding proper course and recognized scoring; Road Test Report: Vincent HRD series “B” Rapide; The Puch 125; Panthers and Harley-Davidsons take top honors at Yonkers M/C Spring Run; more

1949 May Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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Back-Cover Ad: The most talked about motorcycles in America…is making the JAWA Dealer Franchise the greatest profit-maker in motorcycles. As a JAWA dealer you feature a line of motorcycles in a class by themselves. Out of the large variety of motorcycles now being featured by motorcycle dealers, Jawa is the only line which is engineered for ready acceptance by the new post-war motorcycling public…As a Jawa dealer you can offer them a unique selection of three different models: The CZ 125, The Jawa 250 and the Ogar Twin…

1950 August Cycle Magazine – Hairpin turn at Isle of Man Governor’s Bridge

Cover Photo: S. Lawton / AJS – It was difficult to select a cover picture depicting Isle of Man riding technique for this issue. The T.T. races are strictly “feet up” all around the course. Governor’s Bridge is the slowest corner on the circuit but requires great skill to properly get around it. It is a downhill acute hairpin curve, speeds over 20 mph are disastrous. Note small boy plugging ih ears because of terrific din caused by low gear revs.

Contents: Editor’s Viewpoint; Isle of Man races – Nortons win Senior and Junior Races, Benelli wins Lightweight race; Greenhorn Enduro 1950 – Del Kuhn, Ariel, repeats his 1948 Greenhorn victory; Tuning the Motorcycle Engine; 500 c.c. Italian Moto Guzzi Motorcycles; Testing the BSA 650 c.c. “Golden Flash” Vertical Twin by Officer H. Filker, Alhambra P.D.; History of BSA Motorcycles; Roy Andres, H-D, Victor in Tulare Half-Mile Races; Harley-Davidson Dealer Harrison Reno, San Bernardino County, California; more

1950 August Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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Back Cover Advertisement: 999 to 1 it’s Triumph in popularity – shown: The Thunderbird 40 cu. in. 650 c.c.

1950 June Cycle Magazine – Harley-Davidson “61” Road Test

Cover Photo: With the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains forming a natural backdrop to the renowned Box Springs Grade T.T. course, the riders shown are sweeping through one of the fastest left-hand turns on the track. Photograph reveals the excellent surface, width of course, and rolling nature of this track. The Box Springs lay-out has been acclaimed beautiful but tricky.

Contents: Editor’s Viewpoint; The Plymouth Monster – 200 MPH aspirant 16 years ago; Indian nifties for the ’50’s – oldest U.S. manufacturer plans newest improvements; California Season opens at Riverside – 1950 tees off with T.T Card; Crater Camp Field Meet – Southern California Motorcycle Club’s Annual “Do”; British Motorcycles on Display at Grand Central Palace; The NSU Fox – Germany’s entrant in the lightweight Field; Testing the Harley-Davidson “61” Twin; Helpful Mathematics for Motorcyclists; Bulletins from Britain; History of Famous British Motorcycles AJS; A.M.A. Competition Rules for 1950; The Curtain rises on “The Greenhorn” – May 27, 1950; Interesting Motorcycle Pictures from here and there; more

1950 June Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com

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Back Cover Advertisement: Again in 1950 Triumph Leads the Field

This vintage motorcycle ad shows the 1950 model Triumph motorcycles with descriptions and retail prices.

Thunderbird 6T – 40 cu. inch (650 cc) $678.48
Tiger 100 T100 – 30.50 cu. inch (500 cc) $699.17
Speed Twin 5T – 30.50 cu. inch (500 cc) $659.80
Trophy Model TR – 30.50 cu. inch (500 cc) $706.49
Deluxe 3T 21 cu. inch (350 cc) $599.09