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1952 Servi-Car12 viewswlh1950Dec 04, 2019
1957 Servi-Car12 viewswlh1950Dec 04, 2019
1947 Servi-Car13 viewswlh1950Dec 04, 2019
1951 Servi-Car11 viewswlh1950Dec 04, 2019

Last comments - Other & Special Models
1972 SS350 Sprint58 views1 comments6hds10/31/19 at 16:40panhead: Really nice
1947 FL792 viewsMy 1947 FL stroker I built for Born Free 95 commentsbrentmaggard6608/18/17 at 21:11brentmaggard66: 1947 FL would be cool.
1947 FL792 viewsMy 1947 FL stroker I built for Born Free 95 commentsbrentmaggard6608/18/17 at 20:53panhead: And changed into what?
1947 FL792 viewsMy 1947 FL stroker I built for Born Free 95 commentsbrentmaggard6608/18/17 at 20:13brentmaggard66: The title that says 47 "BUTTHEAD" ...



Knucklehead pictures.

227 files, last one added on Nov 27, 2019, 1 linked files, 228 files total
Album viewed 54 times



113 files, last one added on Dec 04, 2019
Album viewed 37 times

Shovelhead & other


34 files, last one added on Nov 01, 2019
Album viewed 41 times



Military bike pictures

96 files, last one added on Nov 26, 2019, 3 linked files, 99 files total
Album viewed 1620 times



Police bike pictures.

79 files, last one added on Nov 26, 2019, 1 linked files, 80 files total
Album viewed 51 times

Vintage Pictures


131 files, last one added on Nov 18, 2019
Album viewed 51 times



Pictures of custom bikes

0 files, 94 linked files, 94 files total
Album viewed 31 times



Sidecar pictures

0 files, 31 linked files, 31 files total
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1946 EL88 viewshydra
41WLA Casablanca232 viewsMartha Raye visits US troops in Casablanca, Morocco February 1943liberator
WLA on display at Harley-Davidson Museum FEB 2010341 viewsThe WLA displayed at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee WI February 2010FlatHeadSix
Bessie Stringfield322 viewsIn the 1950's, when women were relegated to housework, either in marriage or as domestics, Stringfield was married several times and worked as a maid yet revved and roared through Florida’s palm-tree-lined streets on her Harley-Davidson, earning the unofficial title of “Motorcycle Queen of Miami".

Her legend was big enough to warrant a posthumous induction into the Hall of Fame of the American Motorcyclist Association in 2002, nearly a decade after her 1993 death. Hundreds of women motorcyclists make an annual cross-country trek in her honor. She has been memorialized in a comic book and mentioned in a documentary and a book about women motorcyclists by Ann Ferrar, a friend who is also working on a memoir of her friendship with Stringfield.

A masterful storyteller, Stringfield amazed people with her accounts of being chased off the road as she traveled through the Jim Crow South; performing stunts on the Wall of Death at carnivals; and serving as a civilian motorcycle dispatch rider for the U.S. Army in the 1940s. Her childhood, in her telling, was Dickensian: born in Jamaica to an interracial couple; left motherless at a young age; abandoned by her father on a Boston street; and adopted by a benevolent Irish Catholic woman who treated her so well that she gave her a motorcycle when she was 16 years old.

Bessie Stringfield

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