Monday, September 3, 2012

1939 February Harley-Davidson Enthusiast Magazine Back-Issue

Cover Photo: All the way from The Netherlands comes the fine photograph appearing on the cover of this month's Enthusiast. The alert officers, proudly mounted on late model Harley-Davidson police motorcycles, are members of the famous Hague Police. The picture was taken when they served as escorts to King Leopold of Belgium on his recent visit to The Netherlands. Contents: Let's Visit the Harley-Davidson Factory part 2 of 3; Under Mexico's Sunny Skies; Harley-Davidson Sweeps Races at Daytona Beach; Club Correspondence; more Reverse Cover Advertisement: "Boy am I tickled with my new '39 Harley-Davidson! Trade in now...then for happy days! The first time I laid eyes on the new Harley-Davidsons, over at my dealer's, I felt myself slipping. I hated to admit it, but there sure was a whale of a difference between those sleek, classy-looking jobs and my old bus parked outside. My faithful old mount served me well during the years we were together. Gee! but we had a lot of good times. It was tough to think of parting- but every time I looked at the '39 models my blood pressure went straight up. It didn't take long to decide. My dealer gave me a substantial trade-in allowance. And with no repair or upkeep costs now, I'm more than able to take care of the easy payments on my new job. Talk about thrills! I was never so surprised as when I twisted the throttle of my '39 model and felt the surge of power beneath me. Yes sir, there's happy days ahead. Take it from me, you'd better see you Harley-Davidson dealer and trade in now while you can get a good allowance. Then you, too, will get a real thrill out of moitorcycling in 1939 as you proudly pilot the finest motorcycle ever built. 1939 February Harley-Davidson Enthusiast Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com CLICK THE PICTURE TO "BUY IT NOW"

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