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1946 August Harley-Davidson Enthusiast Motorcycle Magazine Back-Issue

Original August 1946 issue of "The Enthusiast - A Magazine for Motorcyclists" put out by Harley-Davidson. Also included is an original mailing sleeve with 6 cent first class postage stamp and postmarked Aug 8 1944 from Milwaukee Wis.

Contents: Dallas, Texas to Lima, Peru; Shawano, scene of Wisconsin rally; Laconia lures New England Riders to 26th Annual Tour and Rally; Al Crisler and Buck Brigance Star at Southern Gypsy Tour; From the Clubs; more

$ 39.99     Unavailable     Back


Back Cover Photo: Under the able direction of Chief Thomas P. Kearin, the police department of Oak Park, Illinois, largest village in the world, efficiently handles a great volume of traffic every 24 hours. Oak Park has used Harley-Davidsons exclusively for years and received honorable mention in the 1945 National Traffic Safety Contest. In front are: Chief Kearin, left, and Lt. W. Koerber. In rear are: Sgt. R. Wiltsey, Officers H. Glos, R. Peterson, F. Krueger, Sgts. H. Payne, H. Williams, Officers W. Ford, L. Hoffman and H. Lindblad.

Complete, vintage motorcycle magazine.
Magazine Condition - Good with a few light stains on front and back covers and a very light stain along the edge of most of the pages. Please look at photos.

Mailing sleeve condition: tattered, and torn corners, date on sleeve does not match date of magazine for some unknown reason. Please look at picture.