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1950 Ariel Red Hunter Single 1/2-Page Vintage Motorcycle Ad
Dealers cash in on the great Ariel Red Hunter Single - 1/2-Page Ad; Other Items on page: Illinois Rodeo to Bob Springs; Elgin Contest, pictured Ralph Schlinker, Herman Meyer, George Mack; Blue Ash Eagles of Blue Ash Ohio, shown: Jason Smith, Hobart Taylor, Robert Miller and Gene Hamilton.
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1950 July Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue Vol. 1 No. 4
Contents: Catalina - another Isle of Man - U.S. attraction for International Road Race; Harold "Bus" Schaller experiments with fuel injection; The German BMW is Reborn; Motorcycles "Down Under" - Anzac enthusiasm produces some interesting hybrids; Dunlop develops rubber suspension for motorcycles; Trends in opposed twins; The Indian Warrior; Testing the Ariel 500cc Red Hunter; Tuning the Motorcycle Engine; History of Norton; more
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1951 Ariel Square Four / Red Hunter Single & Twin 2-Page Article
Photo: of the wide range of 1951 Ariels, the three models pictured above are the most popular on the American market. They are the Square Four, the Red Hunter Single and the Red Hunter Twin.

Original, vintage magazine article. 
Size: Approx. 9"x 12" (23 cm x 30 cm) each page. 
Condition: Good
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1951 Ariel Square Four / Red Hunter Twin & Single Ad
Again it's Ariel...The new 1951 Square Four - Many mechanical and structural refinements have been made in all 1951 Ariels...

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Size: Approx. 9" x 12" (23 cm x 30 cm). 
Condition: Good
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1952 Atom Power in '52 3-Page Article
Hardly, but the new models boast several refinements to help bridge the gap; pictured: English version of flat twin is 500 Douglas. Radiadraulic swinging link forks are unusual on big bikes, insure small wheelbase change during operation...more; 1952 changes for AJS, Matchless, Ariel, BSA, Sunbeam, Douglas, Enfield, Norton & Triumph

Original, vintage magazine article. 
Size: Approx. 8" x 11" (20 cm x 28 cm) each page. 
Condition: Good
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1952 October Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue
Cover: Bobby Turner exemplifies the typical American road race rider as he skirts the Torrey Pines circuit near San Diego; Contents: 1953 Harley-Davidsons announced; Road Racing; Battle in the clouds; German Grand Prix; Ariel's ideal sports machine;"Iron Man" Ham; Pedal Poppers; Wisconsin Championship; World at a glance; more

Complete, vintage motorcycle magazine.
Condition: Good
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1952 The latest on the British Line Headed For Your Garage 4-Pg Article
Article includes: AJS / Matchless, Ariel, BSA, Douglas, Norton, Triumph and Vincent; Few radical changes have been made to motorcycles from Europe. In the main manufacturers have left well enough alone, concentrating on detailed small matters to improve comfort and safety. There has been no drastic change in matters of transmission or, in most cases, suspension. Several new models announced are facsimiles of machines already produced as established favorites...
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1955 April Cycle Motorcycle Magazine Back Issue - Matchless
Cover: Matchless Sport Twin (top); Harley-Davidson Hummer (bottom); Contents: Matchless Sport Twin Road Test; New "Hummer" for Harley-Davidson; Ariel Models for 1955; Practical aspects of carburetion; Seven days in low gear; more
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1955 Ariel - America's Only Four Ad
The famous Ariel Square 4 is the only four cylinder motorcycle you can buy in America. This fast and powerful motorcycle has been in production for over a quarter-century with today's Ariel 4 being the result of continuous refinement and improvement on a brilliant basic design.
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