These little mascots were popular accessories in the Fifties among bikers as well as in the Hot Rod scene. The Factory offered them in the official accessory catalog where you could choose from lions, jumping horses or greyhounds, i.e. rather nice and innocent motifs. However, there are nastier versions, too. One of those is the "Cock-a-snoot" devil, which is a little Lucifer which thumbs his nose at someone. Needles to say, this was the preferred mascot on Hot Rod bumpers and Bobber fenders, because it perfectly demonstrated the owners feelings about his competitor and his mill, especially after he had just outraced him. The mascot offered here is a detailed and accurate reproduction after a pattern originating from these glorious days. Made from pewter and highly polished, with 3/8”-16 mounting thread.
- for Front fender
- pewter, polished
- width x height: 11.5 x 15 cm
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