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Signs have a high quality baked on gloss finish, sublimation process and are made in America
Signs are crafted of aircraft grade quality aluminum.  
Black border may be applied as appropriate for image.
Boxed shipping included in the continental United States

9 x 12    $19.88        .025 Thickness
12 x 16   $29.88       .025 Thickness

NOTE: Any two page ad can be split into two full size signs.

Contact Rick Schmidt
americanikons.com@gmail.com
American Ikons Site

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1928 Signs  (2 Pages)              1929 Signs 
1930-31 Signs
 

Saturday Evening Post - Nov 11, 1922

Gardner was the first to use the new 5 bearing Lycoming engine.

Motor Age - Jan 25, 1923

Note: The Red Head

Saturday Evening Post - March 3, 1923

 

MoToR - May, 1923

The Radio Special was the first Sport Model from Gardner
Blue body, tan top and Spanish leather interior and loaded
with standard equipment

Motor Age - Sept 27, 1923

One door on drivers' side
Two doors on passenger side

Motor Age - Nov 22, 1923

 

Saturday Evening Post - Jan 6, 1923

 

MoToR - Jan, 1923 2 pages

All that a four can save All that a six can do
Was no idle boast, with the new engine Gardner could compete against many six cylinders

Saturday Evening Post - April 28, 1923

 

Saturday Evening Post -May 28, 1923

The reference to 1882 was when at age 16 Russell built his first buggy.

MoToR - Sept, 1923

 

Saturday Evening Post - March 31, 1923