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Rare Vintage Die-cast Hubley Harley Davidson Pd Motorcycle With Spoked Wheels For Sale
Here is aRare Vintage Die Cast Hubley Harley Davidson PD Motorcycle with Spoked Wheels. This motorcycle is 8 1/8" long by 2 1/8" wide by 4" tall and it is need of a restoration. The rear bumper is marked as follows: Hubley, Kiddie Toy, Made in U.S.A. and the gas tank is marked PD for Police Department. It is missing the small wheels that goes below the engine compartment. The spoke wheel and the engine has a chrome effect. The Hubley Manufacturing Company was first incorporated in 1894 inLancaster, Pennsylvaniaby John Hubley. The first Hubley toys appeared in 1909 and were made of cast-iron, with styles that ranged from horse drawn vehicles and different breeds of dogs, to tractors and guns (Smitsonian Institution, website). Hubley's series of motorcycles were also creative and included sidecars and ones hooked to delivery vans that said, "Say it with flowers" on the sides. Starting around 1940, the company shifted to diecastzincalloy molding (Johnson 1998, p.96). Household objects such as doorstops and bookends were also produced. Automobiles, trucks and airplanes later became Hubley's main focus.
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