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"The Lunch Break" The cutest of all Zundapps. #58 in the series. If dependable is sexy, this thing is obscene. '58 Eagle. #50 in the series.
"The Lunch Break"1953 Zundapp Norma1958 Cushman Eagle

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American Beauty This is a late 1950’s afternoon outing in the gold country after a spring shower with a 56 Ford Crown Victoria and a 58 Harley Davidson. The venerable Ariel Red Hunter. An elegant and well designed engine. Photographed with the cooperation of the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. #25 in the series.
American BeautyApril ShowersAriel Red Hunter

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Unique among engines. #31 in the series. 1983 Benelli 900 Sei. The production six before the CBX. #55 in the series. BMW R12
Ariel Square Four- SquarielBenelli 900 SeiBMW R12

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BMW's evolution to the Super Bike. #45 in the series. BMWR2 Lawrence would be pleased. Photographed at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. Available as a metallic print or lithograph. #7 in the series.
BMW R69BMWR2Brough Superior

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Mechanical elegance. Courtesy of restorer Michael Thomson. #34 in the series. The engine that was born to race. #33 in the series. The Rocket, all business and all beautiful. Photographed at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. #14 in the series.
BSA Blue StarBSA Gold StarBSA Rocket

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1966. Motorbike courtesy Clay Walley. #46 in the series. From the 250cc series. The little engine that could. Bultaco was all the rage in the 1970's. Astro 360- the factory flat tracker. #40 in the series.
BSA Spitfire Mk IIBSA StarfireBultaco Astro 360

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Crank'n Originally the Wiking, resurrected as the Dakota Four. #51 in the series. Dangerous
Crank'nDakota FourDangerous

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One of the crown jewels of motorcycling- 1974 Ducati 750 SS. #42 in the series. The thunderous 900 SS. #30 in the series. Handmade Ducati Cafe Racer from builder Phil Dansby. Featured in Cycle World's American Flyers. #2 in the series.
Ducati 750 Super SportDucati 900 Super SportDucati Eye Candy

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DuckOpen The 1957 champion motor. #38 in the series. In optimal racing form - 130 + mph. #62 in the series.
DuckOpenFB Mondial 1957Gilera "Saturno San Remo"

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From the Hummer family. Although technically not the Hummer. Still pretty. Motorcycle courtesy Jerry Hatfield. #59 in the series. The epitome of engine art. #19 in the series. Hogslayer
H-D 165 STHarley-Davidson Panhead Duo-GlideHogslayer

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They sound as good as they look. Sexy. #48 in the series. The radically awesome Honda CBX Super Sport. Motorcycle courtesy Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. #37 in the series. The engine that changed motorcycle touring in America forever. A handsome power plant. #22 in the series.
Honda 400FHonda CBXHonda GL1000 Gold Wing

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. #26 in the series. The birth of Indian. #43 in the series. Indian Chief
Indian 4Indian CamelbackIndian Chief

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Carrying on from the ACE. Indian's own- model 433. #28 in the series. The Indian sportbike. Photographed at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. Available as a metallic print or lithograph. #13 in the series. 1956 Jawa 500 OHC. Durable and unique. Motorcycle courtesy Perry Bushong. #57 in the series.
Indian Model 433Indian ScoutJawa 500 OHC

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Wicked fast. This one made more wicked fast by David Hilton. Featured in Ride Texas magazine's RoadRunners series. #17 in the UNS series. Z1, the DOC giant killer. #12r in the series. Rare and pretty. From the 1979 30 Anniversary Mirage model. Motorbike courtesy of the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. #44 in the series
Kawasaki H1 Mach IIIKawasaki Z1Laverda Mirage

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Matchless Phil's Full Monty. #5 in the series. The Le Mans made the Moto Guzzi sexy... again. Motorcycle courtesy Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. #36 in the series.
MatchlessMatchlessUNSMOTO GUZZI LE MANS

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Not just a strange looking engine. It was Moto Guzzi's primary engine type for over 30 years. #61 in the series. The Munch Mammoth (originally Mammut). It was said that no two were exactly the same.. #64 in the series. MV Agusta pays tribute to its largest market- 1977. #52 in the series.
Moto Guzzi FalconeMunch "Mammoth"MV Agusta America 750

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If you know Commandos, then you know this one has all the candy. Customized by Dave Howe. Appeared as Cycle World American Flyers in 2005. #23 in the series. The sound of a Manx engine would raise goose-bumps the size of oranges. Motorcycle courtesy of the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. #39 in the series. 1929 Norton Model 18. Classy lines. #54 in the series.
Norton 850 CommandoNorton ManxNorton Model 18

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From the walls of the Up-N-Smoke BBQ Restaurant, Keller, Texas. #6 in the series. From the 250cc series. Bobby Lucas' personal racer. The legendary and elite Pierce. Photographed at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. Available as a metallic print or lithograph. #15 in the series.
Norton UNS #1Penton "Hare Scrambler 250"Pierce

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Royal Enfield Interceptor RtRear The first superbike. Photographed at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. Available as a metallic print or lithograph. #8 in the series.
Royal Enfield InterceptorRtRearSandcast Honda CB750

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A motor before its time. 1923 Scott Sprint Special. #53 in the series. SoloJill The reliable and sporty Matchless engine in the SS 80. Motorcycle courtesy Gene Brown. #35 in the series.
Scott Sprint SpecialSoloJillSS 80 MATCHLESS SUPERIOR

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British made, as a proper engine should be. Photographed at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. Available as a metallic print or lithograph. #8 in the series. The big 2-stroke of 1969. This one gets ridden. Motorcycle courtesy Frank Tarpley. #63 in the series. A sexy machine. With a little help from BSA and Craig Vetter. Motorcycle Courtesy Michael Thomson. #60 in the series.
SunbeamSuzuki "T500 Titan"Triumph "Hurricane"

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The wicker in the background is the sidecar. #20 in the series. A beautiful example of a Triumph Bonneville T-120R. Restored to original. Note the horn on the right. #12 in the series. The Pre-Unit in the collection. Motorbike courtesy Dean Baker. #47 in the series.
Triumph 1916Triumph Bonneville T-120RTriumph Tiger 110

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The cute little cubby. Motorcycle courtesy Phil Dansby. #56 in the series. Up-Late In my book this is the sexiest engine ever made. Practically organic. #18 in the series.
Triumph Tiger CubUp-LateVincent Black Shadow

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While washing his bike one day, Eric noticed how cool the bubbles looked. The original 'Wash Day' painting measures 44" x 66" and took Eric over four months to complete. The well-used XR 750 Flat Tracker engine. #4 in the series. The perfect XR 750 Flat Tracker engine. #1 in the series.
Wash DayXR 750 TXXR 750 Uns

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1912 Yale Model 25. Rare and jewel-like. #49 in the series. Power and beauty. Perfectly balanced. #32 in the series.
Yale Model 25Yamaha XS 650

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