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1940 A.F. Curran Maker of Gunk with Monocoupe Photo
Photo caption: Mr. A.F. Curran, of the Curran Chemical Corp., makers of Gunk, flies his own fast Monocoupe to visit all parts of the country as he does research work in connectiion with the various products made by his company.
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1940 Bobby Baer and Jimmy Hill Shine 1-Page Article
Baer and Hill Shine - Topsfield - Jimmy Hill, New England five-mile champion, led Fritzie's Roamers of Springfield to a clean sweep... Photo: Bobby Baer, a coming novice and son of the well-liked Fritzie Baer. Bobby is fast making a name for himself in eastern competition.
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1947 Hap Jones out of danger after serious road collision Photo/Caption
Photo / Caption: Hap Jones - Nationally known motorcycle dealer of San Francisco, whose serious injury in a road collision was related in the March issue of Motorcyclist, is happily reported out of danger and on the road to recovery as this issue goes to press.

Other articles: Scrambling 'Em Californial Style; Norman G. Turner new district manager for Indian
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1947 ''Red'' Farwell, winner of the Queen City Mud Run Photo/Caption
Presenting "Red" Farwell, winner of the Mar. 16th Mud Run held by the Queen City (Seattle) M/C. The clean face is unexplained. Back of "Red" is second place man, Vern Pugh. Both sported Velocettes. Only two others of the 23 starters weathered the rugged event. They were: Kenny Sheared, Norton, third, and Ozzy Osborn, Harley, fourth...
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1949 Mustang Solo & Delivercycle motorcycle prices Ad
Mustang Solo: The flashing Mustang two-wheeler - $346.30; Mustang Delivercycle - the thousand purpose economical Mustang workhorse. All the power needed for fast pick-up and delivery service at much lower price and operating cost - $657.85 

Other small ads on page: Nolin; Hap Jones; Harley-Davidson FTC complaint article
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1949 Top Motorcycle Tuner 30-years ago George W. Carpenter 1- Column Article
1949 Article: Top Tuner 30 Years (1919) Ago, by Van - George W. Carpenter gained his reputation back in the dim and distant past by being the first man to shave an eighth inch off Harley-Davidson cylinder flanges to heist the compression...Shown in photo left to right: Hymie Fink, George W. Carpenter (in sidecar), unknown, Van (on cycle), W.M. Kemp, last two unknown 

Other items on page: Polish Grand Prix
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1950 Harrison Reno Harley-Davidson Sales and Service 1-Page Article
Photo: Reno's Luck Seven - the boys and girl that comprise the sales and shop personnel of Harrison Reno's Harley-Davidson Sales and Service Co. San Bernardino

Other items on page: BMW R51-2; Hap Jones Avon Tire / Don Pink; Lamoreaux and Milne Brothers
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1950 Indian's New ''Brave'' Model 1-Page Article
There's a new addition to the Indian family at the Springfield Wigwam...a lusty youngster, designed in England for Indian and christened the Brave!

Other items on page: Harley-Davidson Motor Company Announces New Muffler; Hot vs. Cold Plugs
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1950 Pat Boatright Most Popular Girl Rider - Duckworth Chains Motorcycle Ad
Congratulations to Mrs. Pat Boatright on being selected most popular girl rider for 1949! And congratulations to the A.M.A. clubs throughout the country on their excellent selection. Pat, pictured below with Duckworth rep. Bill Kennedy is a native of Iowa Colony, Texas...; Also shown above: Joel Thames Jr.; Rocky Rocheleau
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1950 Trade Winds Motorcycle News Bits 3-Page Article
This 3-Page "Trade Winds" article has several short articles capturing the world of motorcycling during the 1950 era. The articles include: Leonards sells lightweights because of merchandising skill and service- photo is of the "Oil Slingers" Motorcycle Club, Ft. Worth, Texas in front of the Leonards department store; Also an AJS Ad; more
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