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Vintage Motorcycle Ads
Original vintage motorcycle magazine ads display wonderfully matted and framed. Unique old collectible advertisements for Bridgestone Tire Company, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Rupp Manufacturing. Includes scooters, mini bikes, and motorcycles.
Original vintage magazine ad, BRIDGESTONE TIRE COMPANY, LTD, Rockford Scooter Company, Inc more. of Rockford, IL. Bridgestone 50 motorcycle. Old 1963 dated cycle industry advertisement.Approximate size 9 x 12 inches less
Original vintage bicycle magazine ad for BRIDGESTONE TIRE COMPANY, LTD more. Of New York City, NY. Either One is a Wise Choice, They Are Both Bridgestone! Bridgestone 7 and 50 by the Rockford Scooter Company, Inc. of Rockford, IL. Old 1963 scooter advertisement. less
Original vintage magazine ad, BRIDGESTONE TIRE COMPANY of Rockford, IL more. Rockford Scooter Company, Inc. Bridgestone 7 Sportster. Old 1963 bicycle industry motorcycle advertisement. Would look fantastic matted and framed.Approximate size 9 x 12 inches less
Original vintage bicycle magazine ad, for HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTOR COMPANY, of Milwaukee, WI more. Rally Round the Profits. Lightweight Sportcycles M-50 and M-50 Sport Motorcycles. Old 1966 bike advertisement. On the reverse side (see additional images tab) is THE TROXEL MANUFACTURING COMPANY of Moscow, TN. More of the Comfortables! Troxel Saddles. Model 1782at2 and 2582at2. Old bicycle advertisement. Approximate size 9 x 11 inches. less
Original vintage magazine ad, RUPP MANUFACTURING COMPANY of Mansfield, OH more. Rupp Continental mini bike cycles. Custom, Special, Econocycle. Old 1966 dated bicycle industry advertisement. The scanner shows a slight pink tint that is not in the actual ad.)On the reverse side is (see additional images tab) is a fractional page ad for Go-Kyk Industries of Rothsay, MI. Go-Byk Kit Can Motorize Most Bikes. Go-Kyks incorporates a 1 1/2 hp engine capable of propelling the unit down the road at speeds up to 40 mph. Old 1966 bicycle industry advertisement less