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    Ed "Big Daddy" Roth Studio 74 or More Illustration Original Art (1969). According to motorcycle lore, "74 or More" was a term coined by Bill "Hillbilly" Hill in the sixties while he was in Bell, California, at Ed Roth's place. Ed asked him what size the engine on his bike was, and he answered "74, or more." Roth dug the catch-phrase and started using it in his Choppers magazine. Shortly thereafter the motorcycle world was smitten by it. This chopper classic has an overall size of 17" x 22", and the art is in Very Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2011
    5th-6th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 15
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