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1955 Harley-Davidson Grand Slam Victory Daytona 16 x 20 Matted Ad #5504amot03xmb

Original, vintage motorcycle print ad, matted as shown, ready to insert into a 16" x 20" frame. 

Grand Slam Victory for Harley-Davidson in Daytona Races! 1-2-3 Andres, Phillips, Gibson in the 200-Mile National Championship...Andres sets new Daytona record.


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In a sensational 1-2-3 winning, Harley-Davidson riders made motorcycling history on the sands of Daytona Beach, March 13. Brad Andres, brilliant San Diego, California, rider led the victory parade with the phenomenal speed of 94.57 mph. His time of 2  hours, 5 minutes, 46.54 seconds sets a new Daytona record and broke the two-year old record of Paul Goldsmith also made with a Harley-Davidson K. Following Andres in short order to take second and third honors came Jimmy Phillips of Pasadena and  Johnny Gibson of Duarte, both from California and Harley-Davidson mounted.

Daytona's long, hard 200-Mile grind at sustained high speed has again demonstrated the overwhelming superiority of the Harley-Davidson. No matter what make you ride today, you owe it to yourself to drop in to the Harley-Davidson dealer and test ride one of these famous models. You ride a real winner and a proven record maker when you ride the sensational Harley-Davidsons.

Dan Richards wins 100-Mile Amateur. Also sets new Daytona record.

From Little Rock, Arkansas, came Dan Richards and his trusty Harley-Davidson K to win the 100-mile Amateur on March 12. His time of 1 hour, 4 minutes and 54.80 seconds established a new record and his brilliant riding set the stage for further great Harley-Davidson victories the day following. Dan's speed of 92.43 mph. was almost two miles faster than the previous record.

Great vintage motorcycle artwork print to decorate your office, garage, basement, rec room, man cave & more! Makes a great gift! 

Size including mat: 16" x 20" 
Image area: approx. 11 1/2" x 17 1/2"