Mustang Motorcycle Vintage Advertisements & Articles
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Janice Carter on a Chuck Gardner Custom Bike.
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Howard Forrest's Ariel Square Four.
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Howard Forrest's Ariel Square Four Ad in 1952 Cycle Magazine.
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A Chuck Gardner Custom Bike.
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Jean Parker in 1952 Cycle Magazine Article.
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Experimental 197cc powered mustang. Only one built.
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Impressive line-up of "Colts" ready for shipment.
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Shriners bikes ready to roll
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Jimbo (left) and crew assembling Mustang. Look at all those tanks!
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If you bought a Mustang between 1955-57 it was probably built by these six men.
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Mr. Burnett and Fred Wohl.
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Jim Cavanaugh & Howard Forrest
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Jim Cavanaugh, production Manager in 1957.
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Unknown bike & rider.
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Robert Daniel, #1074.
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Jim Cavanaugh & Howard Forrest fine-tune a high-speed Model 4 in 1951.
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Roy Stone, and Roy Stone Jr. just before their 7,000 mile road trip. mechanical problems at all. Spare parts carried, were never used. L to R: Jim Forrest, Mr. Brunson, Roy Sr., Roy Jr.
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Walt Fulton Jr.
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Walt Fulton Jr.
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Walt Fulton Jr. riding 100 MPH at Rosamond Dry Lake in 1952.
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Chuck Gardner with one of his custom bikes.
 

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