New 1937 Design In Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
By Chet Billings, Photography by Unknown
Color combinations for 1937 are teak red striped in black and edged in gold, and bronze brown striped in delphine blue and edged in yellow. The outstanding characteristic of the new machines is that one color dominates the motorcycle, bronze brown on one and teak read on the other.
National conditions on materials and in connection with many phases of production are such that delivery is a ticklish problem with any factory. However, the Harley-Davidson factory has anticipated to the extent that even now demonstrators are being displayed by nearly all dealers the country over and each day sees a speeding up of the factory wheels of production.
So see the new ‘37 models and take a ride. You’ll be surprised at the smooth running motors and the nicety of handling. 1937 is seeing a step forward in motorcycling and you’ll want to have a part of it.
By Chet Billings
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