1940 Harley-davidson Other on ns1.2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Other description
vintage Harley dealer man cave 1930'S era CLEVELAND AZTEC ELECTRIC NEON WALL CLOCK. This clock looks GREAT! It is a real eye catcher! It measures about 28" across. we have owned this clock for about 20 years (1998 I think). we took this clock and a smaller one we sold already along with a really cool Harley Panhead chopper that we sold way back in the day on a really cool 1971 Chevrolet LT1 Corvette.
have had many people try to buy this over the years and it was not for sale.... had it through a lot of good and bad times and many good and bad business years. it was always the center piece of all three of my shops and now hangs front and center in my personal mancave/shop. today struck a deal on a prewar Harley and to put the deal together I'm willing to let this go. have been told that the clock is 100% a real 1930-1904 era aztec and the advertising was probable added to the clock later in life. this is a must have piece to hang on the wall above your knucklehead panhead Flathead or better yet the guy with collection.
You will not find many like this around, selling only because I have other interests. please bid with confidence what you see is what you get.
SHIPPING: lower 48 states $100.00
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