Framed Harley-Davidson Fastest Bike at Bonneville Advertisement
Step back in time to the late 1960s with this authentic framed Harley-Davidson advertisement. Featuring a captivating visual of new speed records being set on the iconic Sportster bike by Warner Rilley and Robert Mauriello, this piece is a true testament to the exhilarating spirit of Harley-Davidson's racing heritage.
Transport yourself to an era where speed and style collided, as this original print proudly showcases Harley-Davidson's commitment to engineering excellence and performance. With the bold advertising tagline, "Harley-Davidson: nobody builds a faster stock motorcycle," this ad captures the essence of the brand's legendary reputation for speed and power.
Perfect for enthusiasts, collectors, or anyone with an appreciation for classic Americana, this framed advertisement is not just a piece of history—it's a glimpse into a time when the open road beckoned and Harley-Davidson led the charge. Add a touch of vintage charm to your space with this timeless piece of motorcycle history.
Museum quality archival framed with an acid free mat,, ultra violet filtering plexiglass, and elegant black wooden frame.
- Original Harley-Davidson advertisement
- Circa 1968
- Eight ply mat
- UV filtering plexiglass
- Black wooden frame
- Size: 13-1/2" W. x 16-3/4" H.
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