A nice studio photo with a Harley-Davidson Model 16J. ca, 1920’s. Adelaide, Australia.
A wonderful image of a rider posing with his late twenties Harley-Davidson and sidecar outfit. He is at a Standard Oil Station and visible on the far left is an oil dispenser for heavy oil, in the middle one for medium weight oil. To the right of the dispensers is a small “Free Crankcase Service”…
A pretty woman sitting on a Harley-Davidson OHV Knuckle-Head with a windshield and saddle bags that have been added. Is it a pre or postwar model? The car behind it appears to a 1941-1942 Ford.
A very sharp appearing c.1930 Harley-Davidson, which appears to be a police special. It is shown in this dealer promotional photo for a West Coast Dealer.
Born in Melbourne, Australia in 1912, Dorothy Goulding is the daughter of famous sidecar manufacturer James Goulding. In 1931 and now living in the U.S. she married Earl Robinson, a mechanic at the Goulding’s Harley Davidson dealership in Saginaw, Michigan. During this period they were both riding and winning in Endurance Run competitions and in 1935 they set…
A proud looking young man and a Harley-Davidson, which appears to be from either the late teens or early twenties vintage.
A very well composed photo of a rider finishing his run at an unknown hillclimb c. 1930.