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The Charles A. Lindbergh Excelsior Motorcycle and How it Was Restored

This is the 1920 Model Excelsior "X" motorcycle (made in 1919) and owned and ridden by Charles Lindbergh.

Download and view the following article about the restoration of Charles Lindbergh's Excelsior motorcycle. The article originally appeared in the July-August 1974 issue of the Antique Automobile magazine.

Reprint courtesy of Antique Automobile magazine, official publication of the Antique Automobile Club of America, Inc.