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Original Vincent Price Autographed Photo B&w 8" By 10" Lakewood Theater on 2040-motos

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Skowhegan, Maine, United States

Skowhegan, Maine, United States
Original Vincent Price Autographed Photo B&W 8" by 10" Lakewood Theater, image 1

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I am offering for a NO RESERVE auction this original 8" by 10" black and white autographed photo of Vincent Price the master of horror movies with the original addressed envelope to Lakewood Theater Skowhegan Maine. att: Mary Jane Rinfret longtime enployee of the theater, dated 1983. CONDITION: Excellent. Satisfaction is Guaranteed. Good Luck.

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Bonhams To Auction Bruce Smith Collection Of Original Illustrations

Fri, 11 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

On October 20, Bonhams will be auctioning off a collection of original illustrations by Bruce Smith from the 1960s and 1970s. Each one will be signed by Smith on heavy cartridge paper. The collection is comprised of cutaway illustrations of a 1963 Royal Enfield Interceptor 750cc, Chris Vincent’s 1964 BSA 650cc A65 Race Outfit, and a 1966 Greeves Racer, the largest of this series being 45cm x 62cm.

Top 10 Album Covers featuring Motorcycles

Tue, 09 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

1 of 11Next Last   Motorcycles and rock ‘n’ roll. Ever since The King threw his leg over his ’56 Harley-Davidson and the Black Rebels rolled into Carbonville, the combination of motorcycles and rock have been as combustible as gas and spark. Early moto-rock lived for the most part on the fringes of pop music, in the pomped-up rockabilly of guys like Eddie Cochran and Gene Vincent.

The New Age Of Custom Motorcycles – Video

Mon, 26 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

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.