Iron Works Magazine Lot of 8 Issues 2004

Iron Works Magazines 2004 Issues:
Jan/Feb (stains on cover)
April
May/June
July
August
Sept/Oct
November
December
These magazines have some creasing and general wear, but is still in quite respectable shape! Standard wear & tear for age unless noted.
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Hot Bike Magazine July 2001 September 2001

Hot Bike Magazine Issues:
July 2001 Volume 33 No.7
September 2001 Volume 33 No.9

These magazines have some creasing and general wear, but is still in quite respectable shape! Standard wear & tear for age unless noted. July has wear to spine which effects back cover see photos.hot bike 2001

The Horse Magazine Backstreet Choppers Back Issues Lot of 4 (#25 #27 #29 #52)

Back Issues of The Horse Magazine Backstreet Choppers Free Shipping
All issues are in good shape with some wear around the edges (see pictures)
Includes:

#25 August 2002

Pans, Shovels, Evos & Flatties
How To Lay Down Flames
Billy Lane’s Chopper Pipe How-To
Maltese Mistress Softail Part 3

#27 November 2002

Easy 5-Speed Kicker Install
Slingin’ Ink Tattoos
Harley’s 2003 Anniversary Lineup

#29 January 2003

Requiem for a Knucklehead
Geno’s Maltese Mistress Softail Project The Shocking Story
World Famous Honda 350/4 Chop

#52 August 2005

Indian Larry Tribute by:
Billy Lane, Keino Paul Cox and Kendall Johnson
Discovery’s Biker Build Off Oscar Night

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Vintage Sprint Bikes Sprinting Motorcycles Manufactured from 1923 to 1959 HH Brutlag

Vintage Sprint Bikes: Sprinting Motorcycles Manufactured from 1923 to 1959 Paperback – Import, May 15, 2001
by H.H. Brutlag (Author). This rare book is “like new” just aged from sitting at the shop, no tears, stains or fingerprints, small scuf on back cover across from IBSN. (see pictures) Great photography.

Product Details
Paperback: 86 pages
Publisher: Rennsport Sidecars (May 15, 2001)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0954036107
IBSN-13: 9780954036102
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Floyd Clymer’s Historical Motor Scrapbook Number Two

This is a used copy of Floyd Clymer’s 2nd Scrapbook, these “scrapbooks” are compilations of many vintage advertisements arranged in a scrapbook format. Sometimes Floyd makes a comment about a particular add. In the front Floyd likes to tell stories about about his experiences and it is a slice of his autobiography and American and Colorado History at the same time. In this issue he talks about becoming the youngest automobile dealer, seeing an airplane for the first time and learning to race motorcycles.
Most of the advertisements are for vintage automobiles with a nice mix of motorcycles.
This book is well read and has some yellowing of pages.
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Floyd Clymer’s Historical Motor Scrapbook Number Three

This is a used copy of Floyd Clymer’s 3rd Scrapbook, these “scrapbooks” are compilations of many vintage advertisements arranged in a scrapbook format. Sometimes Floyd makes a comment about a particular add. In the front Floyd likes to tell stories about about his experiences and it is a slice of his autobiography and American and Colorado History at the same time. In this issue he talks about the first motorcyclists to climb Pikes Peak in 1906 and his own adventures in conquering the Peak. Also some good stuff on California speedway racing in the 30’s.
Most of the advertisements are for vintage automobiles with a nice mix of motorcycles.
This book is well read and has some yellowing of pages.
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Floyd Clymer’s Historical Motor Scrapbook Number Four

This is a used copy of Floyd Clymer’s 4th Scrapbook, these “scrapbooks” are compilations of many vintage advertisements arranged in a scrapbook format. Sometimes Floyd makes a comment about a particular add. In the front Floyd likes to tell stories about about his experiences and it is a slice of his autobiography and American and Colorado History at the same time. In this issue he talks about racing a train while on a motorcycle, he became not only a motorcycle dealer but also a distributor at a very young age.
Most of the advertisements are for vintage automobiles ( Abbott, Biddle, Case, Cord, Dixie, Doble, Erkskine, Franklin, Kissel, Lewis, Matheson, Owen, Pullman, Roamer, Welch) with a nice mix of motorcycles.
This book was once a library book and was well read it has been repaired inside the cover and has some yellowing of pages.
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Speed on Salt History of Bonneville Eyston Bradley Clymer 1936 1947

This book was written by G. Eyston and W. Bradley with a forward by Sir Malcolm Campbell. Originally published in 1936 by B. T. Batsford Ltd. in London. This version was reprinted in the United States by Floyd Clymer in 1947. It is an interesting history of the salt flats and land speed record attempts. There are great photos from the salt flats.

This copy was undistributed and unsold to the public, it was purchased from an employee of Clymer and had been part of his collection. So it shows its age but is very well preserved and never read.
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