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AFM 50th Anniversary Site

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1960, St. Louis results. Just in case you all didn't believe that AFM had a chapter there. 1960 Bulletin, courtesy of Marshall Van Tassel.
1960 Bulletin, courtesy of Marshall Van Tassel.


AFM 50th Anniversary Site

www.afmreunion.org [cached]

1968 ad for Norton, highlighting the AFM's own Phil Makanna. Courtesy of Marshall Van Tassel.
Courtesy of Marshall Van Tassel.


AFM 50th Anniversary Site

www.afmreunion.org [cached]

1965, OCIR. Doug Van Tassel on a Triumph. Note the improved headgear compared to the previous photo. Courtesy of Marshall Van Tassel.


AFM 50th Anniversary Site

www.afmreunion.org [cached]

1960. It would be many years before workers were paid. Otherwise we'd probably still be running this notice. 1960 Bulletin, courtesy of Marshall Van Tassel.
1960 Bulletin, courtesy of Marshall Van Tassel.


AFM 50th Anniversary Site

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1966, Cotati. Haruo Koshino on the factory Suzuki 50cc. With 9 gears, top speed was over 100 mph. He beat a bunch of Honda CR-110s. 1966 Bulletin, courtesy of Marshall Van Tassel.


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