Monday, September 24, 2012

1940 November Harley-Davidson Enthusiast Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue

Cover Photo: Far from their native Mexico City fifteen members of the crack Federal District Police are shown within the walls of beautiful Treasure Island at the California International Exposition, San Francisco. Their dashing uniforms and sparkling Harley-Davidsons present a colorful picture indeed. On the right is the famous singer, Morton Downey, tenor of Billy Rose's Aquacade where the group were special guests. With the golden-voiced tenor are Colonel Edwardo Gallardo, Chief of Traffic of the Federal District of Mexico and Commandante Alfredo Peirce, interpreter and Master of Ceremonies. Contents: Earl Robinson Wins 1940 Endurance Championship; Harley-Davidson Riders Win 5 out of 6 Class C Hillclimb Championships; Roaring to Victory With Harley-Davidson; Harley-Davidson Christmas Catalog 4-Pages; 200-Mile National Speedway Championship won by Louis Guanella / Harley-Davidson; News from the Club World; more Reverse Cover Advertisement: 1941 Harley-Davidson...Yours for More Fun...Everywhere, the boys with 1941 Harley-Davidsons are leading the motorcycle parade. Each day brings them new thrills and joys. You too, can glory in the unmatched performance, power, speed and comfort of these magnificent new models with their scores of engineering advancements. 1940 November Harley-Davidson Enthusiast Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue available at CLICK THE PICTURE TO "BUY IT NOW"

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