Glenn H. Curtiss Fastest Man In The World Belt Buckle
In 1907, when most of the world still relied on real horsepower, Glenn Curtiss, pioneer aviator, stuffed a V-8 of his own design into a specially made seven foot long motorcycle frame and blasted down Ormond Beach, Fla., at 136 miles per hour to become the fastest man alive. This commemorative belt buckle was part of the AMA Great Destinations collection and celebrated the 90th anniversary of Glenn’s accomplishment.
Measurements: 4 inches wide by 3.25 inches tall
AMA Gypsy Tours Key Chain
This commemorative, die cast key chain medallion celebrates the 70th anniversary of the AMA Gypsy Tours. A vintage AMA logo is featured with the words Gypsy Tours, 1925-1995. The medallion is approximately 1.5″ wide by 1.75 inches tall. Held by a black strap with buckle, this medallion will also work on a bag or backpack.
AMA Loretta Lynn Ranch Motocross Commemorative Belt Buckle
This commemorative, die cast belt buckle celebrates the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship held at Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. The front of the belt buckle features motocross racers tackling a course. The back of the buckle offers a brief history of how the event began in 1982. Made in the USA.
AMA Great Destinations Bonneville Salt Flats Belt Buckle
This commemorative, die cast belt buckle celebrates the 2002 Bonneville Salt Flats event. The Bonneville Salt Flats at Wendover, Utah has attracted races since the early 1900’s. This front of the belt buckle prominently features an Indian Arrow racing across the flats. Text on the back of the buckle provides a brief overview of the event. Limited edition. Made in the USA.