1956 Maserati 160 Turismo Lusso T4 Type L

Fresh from a comprehensive restoration, in 2011 this Maserati 160 pleased the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance motorcycle judges. It was awarded Second Place in the motorcycle class behind the First Place Aermacchi 175 Chimera also on display at the National Motorcycle Museum. The Maserati name is associated with many manufacturing ventures Read more

1915 Harley-Davidson Twin with Factory Sidecar

By 1915 Harley-Davidson had their 61 cubic inch V-Twin design perfected and at 11 horsepower* found it powerful enough to pull a sidecar and passenger. As early as 1905 Indian had experimented with a three wheel layout, two wheels in front with seating between, the “forecar", but this design was soon abandoned. Harley made several similar Read more

1914 Merz Cycle Car

By 1914 horse drawn transportation was fading and internal combustion, some electric and steam were the “horse power” of the day. The field was still wide open for inventors with great expansion of automobile and motorcycle designs. In between were “cycle cars,” lightweight, two passenger side by side or tandem seating cars which used large Read more

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