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World War II Motorcycles

24" x 18"


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Custom printed on medium-weight, matte paper using vivid, archival inks.
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Custom printed on textured canvas, stretched over a 1 1/2 inch thick wooden frame and gallery wrapped with black edges. A stylish, gallery look at a reasonable cost. Ready to hang.
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Custom framed using a 7/8 inch black wood frame with a simple rectangular profile and a smooth, satiny finish providing a casual feel. Graphic is printed on our premium paper.
Three of the most famous Allied bikes of World War II are profiled with large hand-drawn illustrations of the Harley-Davidson 42WLA, BSA M20, and the Indian Scout 741. The most produced US motorcycle of World War II was the Harley-Davidson WLA also referred to as the “Liberator.” BSA (Birmingham Small Arms Company) was the largest motorcycle manufacturer building about 25% of all British military motorcycles and the M20 was its most produced bike. Designed for dispatch, reconnaissance, and escort duties, the M20 was deployed in every theater of the war.