Kenny Dreer's history in motorcycles dates back to his early years in Phila, Pa. His father, a pioneer in the import car business during the 50's and 60's era, indoctrinated Kenny to the European cars of the time. Kenny had full knowledge of Hepolite pistons, Girling Brakes, Lucas electrics, and Smith instruments from an early age. His love of British and Italian cars turned to motorcycles in short order.
Dreer's Garden Vintage Flowers Seed Packet Catalogue Advertisement Poster | eBay
They compete with the clinical precision of the Japanese Big Four by offering something a bit different: a potent combination of just slightly left-of-center styling and real-world performance. In a saga reminiscent of so many Italian brands of cars and bikes, the brand disappeared and resurfaced under different ownerships, with varying ideas of what a British bike should be. Kenny Dreer owned and operated a vintage bike shop in Portland Oregon, restoring and rebuilding vintage British and Italian bikes. This bike should be a nearly perfect Norton: rebuilt to as-new condition and improved in every way possible while remaining absolutely true to the original style and feel of the original bikes.
Printed on highest quality stock soft gloss paper. Actual image dimensions are approximately 10 x This is a fine reproduction of an extremely rare Seed Packet and Catalogue Advertisement Label originally printed in the late 's. The original artwork from this bygone era is beginning to deteriorate…such is the nature of these things. Thus, the originals are too delicate to be framed and displayed on a wall.