16mm Sound B/w Feature House Of Wax Vincent Price Halloween Classic 1953 Uncut on 2040-motos
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Just in time for Halloween, I am pleased to offer a 16mm sound B/W print of House Of Wax starring Vincent Price, Frank Lovejoy, Phyllis Kirk An associate burns down a wax museum with the owner inside, but he survives only to become vengeful and murderous. This a vg tv print with great picture and loud sound. This is a b/w print, but still lots of fun on a big screen. Never have to worry about fading. Very light tv wear, not too many splices, very few if any lines, very enjoyable otherwise. Complete, has full Warner's opening. More fun on 16mm then a blue ray! On two full 1600' reels ready to run. Low cost opening. No odors. No reserve! Proper shipping required, foreign orders welcome but may only purchase through eBay's Global shipping process, any other way is not allowed. Please pay within 2 days of auction, no exceptions unless I get an email explaining thank you. Good Luck.
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In a world where modern motorcycles are full of computers, sensors and plastic, there are still those folks who yearn for the days of yore. A time when motorcycles were made of metal and you used a wrench — not a keyboard — to make your bike go faster. Careful and skilled craftsmanship, along with independent thinking, is a mark of pride among these men and their machines, some of whom are featured in the video below by Gestalten.tv.Tue, 31 Dec 2013
Mission Motorcycles is suing Vincent Ip, one of three co-founders of the electric motorcycle company, who was terminated in November. This according to a lawsuit filed this month in U.S. District Court, and first reported by the Associated Press.Fri, 09 Jan 2009
Few motorcycle photographs are as iconic as that of the famous Bonneville “Bathing Suit Picture.” While you have undoubtedly seen this image before, you may not know the story behind it. The scantily clad and debatably crazy rider was a man by the name of Roland “Rollie” Free. The bike, often thought by many to be a Vincent Black Shadow, was in fact a Black Lightning – the fastest Vincent ever to see production.
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