MOTORCYCLIST, NO. 517, OCTOBER 1940 Official Publication American Motorcycle Association
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Clean soft pictorial covers. Text tight, clean & intact. B/W photograph illustrations. Full page advertisement of the New 1941 Indian Motorcycles. Contents: Met Rhoades Takes Springfield 25-Mile National; National Class C Climb at Beloit; Travel Bound; Oakland 200-Mile National; Harley-Davidson 1941 Models & Improvements; Jones & Hayes Hold National Miniature T. T. Titles; Witinski Stars at Springfield, Ill. Billy Huber Steals Eastern States Exposition Show. Motorcyclist Magazine. Automotive ; B/W Photograph Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 30 pages. Codice inventario libreria 14456
Titolo: MOTORCYCLIST, NO. 517, OCTOBER 1940 Official...
Casa editrice: Western Journal Co, Los Angeles
Data di pubblicazione: 1940
Legatura: Soft Cover
Condizione libro: Very Good+
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