Los Deluxe :: ISSUE 12

By February 17, 2013El Rancho Deluxe

 
The Daily Deluxe :: 17 February 2013

Cinema Tarantino: The Making of Pulp Fiction, Richard Toonkel, Photographer, Leader 735 Blackhorn, Tuck Industries, Werk Crew.

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1948 Harley Davidson 45ci. WR Factory Racer “BARN FIND ORIGINAL” :: eBay find

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From Harley Davidson: Racing again was halted during World War II, but afterwards, even with Petrali gone and the team driving older, pre-war designed WR and WRTT models, Harley-Davidson left no doubt who would remain in charge. In 1947 alone, Harley-Davidson racers captured the National TT, National Miniature TT and Nationals at Richmond, Va., Springfield, Ill., and Milwaukee, Wis.
 
In 1948, Harley-Davidson won 19 of the 23 National events, including a dominant performance at Daytona in which seven of the top 10 finishers rode Harley-Davidson motorcycles. In 1949, Harley-Davidson won 19 out of 24 National races.

 
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Leader 735 Blackhorn by Bicycle Store

Leader 735 Blackhorn by Bicycle Store
Leader 735 Blackhorn by Bicycle Store
Leader 735 Blackhorn by Bicycle Store

 

Posters :: Tuck Industries

Tuck Industries

 

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Werk Crew Calendars Still Available :: Werk Crew

Only 19 calendars left at Werk Crew. Make that 18 – I just bought one. Bob at Werk Crew produces a stellar site that any automotive aficionado should immediately bookmark. Just added Werk Crew to my blog roll.

Werk Crew Calendars
Werk Crew Calendars
Werk Crew Calendars

 

Backstreet Wheels :: Richard Toonkel, Photographer

 Backstreet Wheels  :: Richard Toonkel, Photographer
Backstreet Wheels  :: Richard Toonkel, Photographer
Backstreet Wheels  :: Richard Toonkel, Photographer

 

Cinema Tarantino: The Making of Pulp Fiction :: By Mark Seal – Vanity Fair

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“It must be hard to believe that Mr. Tarantino, a mostly self-taught, mostly untested talent who spent his formative years working in a video store, has come up with a work of such depth, wit and blazing originality that it places him in the front ranks of American filmmakers.”
– janet maslin in the new york times

 
 

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