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|27th May 2008, 14:19||#31|
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Great work Karl, never seen such brochures nice to see how they use to advertise in those days. Thanks a lot all
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|7th August 2008, 20:24||#37|
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Old Enfield Fantabulus and Crusader advertisements
The Fantabulus advertisement is from 1968. A kick cum self starter option was introduced then. The original scooters had self starters only which conked off and posed problems.These came in two tone colours. The later ones after 1968 with the new kick-starter options, had a single colour.
The Enfield Crusader advertisement from 1971.This bike sported the same Fantabulus and Enfield Sherpa engine (173cc Villiers make).
|7th August 2008, 22:09||#38|
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|7th August 2008, 23:12||#39|
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i'm posting some extremely rare ads published in the national geographic magazine from 1910 to 1960. enjoy
starting from the 1910's:
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