Wednesday, October 31, 2012

1966 Honda Motorcycle Ad - Meet Jim Redman, Honda's No. 1 Lab Technician

Meet Honda's No. 1 Lab Techician. He's Jim Redman, international motorcycle racing champion in the tough 350cc class. For his laboratory, he uses the Grand Prix race courses of the world. The Isle of Man, Ulster, Monza, Zandvoort, Sachsenring. Wherever there is top-level international competition, Honda sends Redman and other outstanding riders such as Luigi Taveri and Ralph Bryans to race and, of course, to win. But more important, HOnda sends these and other riders to test refinements and new ideas in motorcycle engineering and design under the most grueling and exacting conditions possible. In this way, Honda is able to develop and perfect better, even more reliable motorcycles of every size for enthusiasts throughout the world. Honda's traveling "lab technicians" work with a team of engineers and scientists from the $10 million Honda Research & Development Center to uncover new techniques in engine design, and to achieve top performance from all Honda machines. No wonder Honda is the world's biggest seller! 1966 Meet Jim Redman, Honda's No. 1 Lab Technician Ad available at CLICK THE PICTURE TO "BUY IT NOW"

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