As mentioned in my previous post, the lure for us to return to the LeMay museum was a reference to a vintage scooter display.
Not only did they have a scooter display, but also over a dozen more vintage motorcycle scattered through the four floors of the museum. First up the motorcycles. I realized I had enough pictures to split this into two posts, one with motorcycles and the other with the scooters.
As we walked in the front doors we were greeted by a grouping of vintage motorcycles.
|(1915 Excelsior Autocycle)|
|(1910 Sears model)|
|(1915 Harley Davidson)|
|(1940 Indian 440B with original sidecar)|
|(1924 BSA, single cyl, 175 cc, 3.5 hp)|
|(1959 Ducati 125 cc Formula 3)|
|(1965 Ducati 250 cc Mach 1)|
|(1951 Moto Guzzi Falcone 500 cc)|
|(Derby Express 50cc - no year listed)|
|(1938 Triumph Speed Twin)|
|(1970 Yamaha and 1971 Yamaha)|
|(1956 BSA - single cyl, 499 cc, 42 hp)|
|(1962 Norton Atlas Cafe Racer - 745 cc twin, 55 hp)|
|(1958 Nelco Solocar Electric Tricycle)|
Since I am saving the scooters for the next post here is a little teaser to tide you over. Any idea what it is exactly?
|(What am I?)|
- Au Revoir
" In every man's heart there is a secret nerve that answers to the vibrations of beauty." - Christopher Morley.