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Up for sale is this original 1960's Flower Power Harley Custom Panhead Poster, roughly 11" x 17", in excellent to near mint condition. This is a rare poster and am asking $150.00 obo and shipping to run $7.95 in the US and $16.95 to Europe or Japan. The poster can be purchased on Etsy HERE or feel free to send me your offer at firstname.lastname@example.org . The poster only is for sale and not the frame. I also have one (1) copy of the Dave Mann / Ed Roth Psychedelic Love Temple left and two (2) copies of Bike Heaven left as well. Please feel free to email with any questions. Thanks, Stretch!
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
This is the last set of ORIGINAL 1960's Dave Mann / Ed Roth Biker print posters I have up for sale. When these are gone I will have no more:
1) Hollywood Run - 11-1/2" x 18-1/2" - Not Dated - Excellent - $125.00 plus shipping - SOLD
2) Bike Wedding - 10-3/8" x 14-7/18" - 1967 - Mint - $125.00 plus shipping - SOLD
3) Building a Chopper - 11" x 15-1/2" - 1967 - Mint - $125.00 plus shipping - SOLD
4) Motorcycle Funeral - 11" x 16" - 1966 - Excellent (slight water stains on white border only) - $105.00
plus shipping - SOLD
Shipping to run $7.95 in the US and $16.95 to Europe or Japan. Posters to be shipped in a tube and I can ship 1 - 6 for the same price. I just have one (1) of each print.
Please contact me at email@example.com if interested! Posters can also be purchased through the Etsy store as well. Check out the store HERE!
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Up for sale are four (4) original 1960's Ed Roth / Dave Mann biker prints sold in Choppers Magazine during the late 1960s. Pricing and conditions are as follows:
1) 1 EA - "Bike Heaven" (9-3/8" x 14-3/4") - 1966 - Very Good condition with a couple of very faint
border stains and a left hand corner wrinkle which will be
invisible if matted and framed. - $75 STILL AVAILABLE
2) 1 EA - "A Taste of Honey" (8-7/8" x 13-7/8") - 1968 - Mint condition with no issues - $75 (SOLD)
3) 1 EA - "Soul Sister" - 1967 - Mint condition with no issues - $75 - (SOLD)
4) 1 EA - "Psychedlic Love Temple" (8-7/8" x 14") - 1968 - Mint condition with no issues - $50.00
Shipping to run $7.95 in the US or $16.95 to Europe or Japan for 1 - 4 posters. Please email me if interested at firstname.lastname@example.org . Paypal will be the accepted method of payment. Thanks & God Bless. Stretch!
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
I was looking around on Ebay and found these cool reproductions of old late 40's / 1950's license plate frames for Skip Fordyce of Riverside, CA and Jack's Cycle Shop of Vallejo, CA. Either or would make a great addition to your period machine. Check out Skip Fordyce and Jack's Cycle Shop on Ebay. At $49.95 they're a pretty good buy and appear to be cast at Monarch Foundry in Los Angeles, CA!
I just received a comment yesterday on one of my old Dean Lanza posts from Lanza's daughter Jody and she has a photostream up with some great scans and original photos of Dean's bikes. There is an especially cool shot of the Wild Angels "Dragon Bike" in the batch. All images are copyright so I can't post any here but check out both of the pages, PAGE 1, and PAGE 2. Enjoy!
Thursday, January 31, 2013
This sweatshirt has pretty interesting Triumph design and its currently up on Ebay HERE. Check it out!
I'm sure most of you have seen pictures of this incredible Pre-unit Triumph built by Todd Asin of Small City Cycles but wanted to share a cool link to the build from Jockey Journal HERE. There are so many meticulous mods on this bike but the aluminum oil bag and wire cover is incredible as well as the cast finned aluminum primary cover. I also thought it was a great idea that Josh punched out the 3/8" axle on the Peashooter front end to 7/16". This has to be one of the best pre-unit rigids ever built! Check out SMALL CITY CYCLES!
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Old USN Watch Caps are very cool and are crafted far superior to any knit cap I've seen today. The six panel pinwheel construction on top to the weave at the base and the tightness of the knit throughout make these caps unqiue and sought after. I personally prefer the Naval Clothing Depot variety as it seems to double over better and have more room for your head versus the NAME / RATE variety, which has an ugly side seam. I have this extra cap up for sale on Ebay right now. Take notice of the construction as its a quality US made cap from the 1940s!
Check out the article on Street Chopper!
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