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A 1934 Henderson KJ Streamline Dream

The brainchild of Orley Ray Courtney, the unique style of this dramatic piece of rolling sculpture cannot be denied. A lifelong devotee of two-wheeled transport from his teen years on, Courtney made his living shaping sheet metal, first for McFarlan and Duesenberg in Indiana and later with Oldsmobile. His concept for this bike arose out of his…

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Saint Louis Motordrome Racing

This is our third in a series of photos showing the track, riders and machines that “Rode The Boards” in St. Louis. This appears to be John B. Hoefeler with his Excelsior Auto-Cycle. The other rider with the No Tsu Oh Oil Jersey is unidentified. Note the total lack of front or rear suspension and…

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Joe Tracy and Friends 1900-1903

We have just opened up a fresh scrap book recently from the Peter Helck collection that is filled with wonderful early racing and motoring scenes. This set of photos shows well known, early racing driver Joe Tracy evidently before his racing career started, at the time when he worked as a chauffeur and assisted early…

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An Early Indian Twin…

Two wonderful postcard images of an Indian Twin, that I am guessing to be c.1912-1914. With the cards came this registration certificate which may or may not be for this cycle. Maybe with the serial number on the registration, an Indian expert can tell us if this might be for this machine or not?

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