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Print The Daytona 200, 1957

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Item no
116642

Black wooden frame | clear glass

cm inch
104 x H. 84 x D. 6 cm
40.94" x 33.07" H x 2.36" D
Joseph Scherschel took this black and white photo of spectators on the sidelines during the 1957 Daytona 200 that was won by Joe Leonard riding his Harley-Davidson.Read more
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Description
Joseph Scherschel took this black and white photo of spectators on the sidelines during the 1957 Daytona 200 that was won by Joe Leonard riding his Harley-Davidson. Before the course went to a paved closed circuit in 1961, the original course used the beach itself.

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