Thursday, August 30, 2012

1933 October Harley-Davidson Enthusiast Magazine Back-Issue

Contents: Dan Raymond / Harley-Davidson wins National Jack Pine Run; Joe Petrali Cinches Championship Title at Syracuse, New York; 1934 Models at Hohokus Races; Harley-Davidson Victorious in Thrilling Hohokus Races; This Enthusiast 70 Years Young - G. Reimers; Happy Sickle Fans; The Ladies Love Motorcycling; Pleasure on Wheels; Harley-Davidson Accessories Fold-Out Advertisement; For Outdoor Folks; Good for Bad Nerves; Carl Griesbacher wins Badger Derby; Mounted Officer Captures Gunmen; Happy Go Lucky Folks; Petrali and Balinski win at Milwaukee; Harvey "Shorty" Lindstrom new Harley-Davidson dealer at New Orleans; more Reverse Cover Advertisement: Bob Fitzsimmons had a fighting heart. So has the 1934 Harley-Davidson. "Fighting Bob" was famous for his punch. So is the 1934 Harley-Davidson. Its new "TNT" motor delivers 36 horsepower! Talk about speed and getaway! Wait till you feel the "punch" of this 74 Twin. Its power is so effortless that hills and miles just melt away as you twist the throttle. Fitz never knew what quitting meant...Neither does this TNT motor, It's a true fighting heart, like all champions have. Frame, comfort features, and sweeping Air-Flo lines all live up to the marvelous motor. What a motorcycle! 1933 October Harley-Davidson Enthusiast Magazine Back-Issue available at CLICK THE PICTURE TO "BUY IT NOW"

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