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1958 The Yamaha (pronounced Yah-mah-ha) from Tokyo U.S. Debut 1-Page Article
The Yamaha (Pronounced Yah-mah-ha) 250cc lightweight racing model made its U.S. debut at the Catalina Grand Prix Race in May. The high-revving (28 HP plus @ 9000 RPM) and easily the most distinctive alto-pitched sounding bike ever to appear in America continues to draw special atention wherever it participates...
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1959 February Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back Issue
Contents: Bud Ekins winner in biggest Big Bear Run; Ariel for 1959; Yamaha 250 Road Test; Coast to Coast hop on lightweights by two Cal Tech students; Engine of the month - AJS 250; Newcomer from Norton - all-new lightweight 250; Baltimore T.T. Racing at 20 above zero; Zundapp Citation Road Test; Dual Control Jawa; Fairings - Motorcycling's new look; Bobbie Lansfield was most eye appealing at recent Sahara Hotel gold tourney at Las Vegas; more
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1959 January Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
BSA for 1959; Death Valley Run; Muddy Road to Anchorage - a tale of harrowing experiences over the 1500 mile Alcan Highway; Scale Model Motorcycles; 4-Page Color Triumph Ad; Benefit Scrambles; All-new British Scooters - posing with BSA-Triumph Scooter is Miss Barbara Goalen; Introducing Yamaha - Major Japanese firm first to enter U.S. Market; Earls Court Show; 1959 Velocettes; California Hare & Hound; Ekins Cops Checkers Chase; Jawa "Scooterette"; more
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1960 Yamaha Sweeps The Country - 11'' x 14'' Matted Vintage Motorcycle Ad Art
In competition from coast to coast. 1st Choice among top riders. Shown below: 250cc Electra Twin

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1961 May American Motorcycling Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Contents: BSA Ad with Jody Nicholas, Tom Cates, Bill Stockham, Coleman Mitchell; Yamaha Ad with Walt Abel; 41st Annual New England "Laconia" Tour and Rally; Harley-Davidson 20-Star Dealer Rallies; 2-Page Harley-Davidson Ad with Roger Reiman; more
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1961 November Motorcyclist Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Contents: Triumph Ad w/ Lou Atkinson, Gary Richards, Bill Baird; Motorcycle Officer Doug Woodward in Honda Ad; Jack Pine Endoro - Lew Atkinson; Santa Barbara Road Races - Johnny McLaughlin; Marlboro Pictorial; Fayetteville 500 Scrambles; Dodge City Rally; Where does Motorcyclling in the USA go from here - thought of the future; Miss Iceland posed with Triumph T100/A; Yamaha YA5 Road Test; Sammy Tanner repeats in State Title; A Pair of New BSA Lightweights for road and sports; more
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1961 Yamaha 125cc Lightning - greatest value in motorcycling transportation AD
Three reasons for Yamaha in '61: 1. Economy - 125cc Lightning - the greatest value in motorcycling for '61; 2. Speed - 250cc Sports - right out of the box a winner; 3. Dependability - 250cc Electra
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1961 Yamaha 250cc YD-2 Electra & YDS Sports - 11'' x 14'' Matted Vintage Ad
Speed, Power and Acceleration comparable to 500cc Models. Yamaha's big bore twins with two carburetors and highly engineered port and head design gives top horse power over a wide range, from 4000 to 9000 R.P.M. Speed up to 90 M.P.H. Yamaha incorporates a road racing engine in standard road models...giving you top speed with ease. 

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1962 August Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Road Test: Yamaha 250 YDS2; Features: Dick Mann wins Laconia on a Matchless G50; Pikes Peak Comets Motorcycle Club; Laconia Pictorial; Vineland; President Taft once enjoyed Motorcycle Racing; Adventure in Ontario; Seattle for a summer's vacation in 1962; Santa Barbara AFM Road races; Lin Kuchler story; Information about my custom built motorcycle by 1st place winner Donald Bell; The Fantastic 6-cylinder Ottaway Classic; 1963 Simplex Sportsman; Lambetta scrambles 600 miles to victory; more
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