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Ray-Ban USA Vintage 1970s B&L AOPA Aviator Ambermatic PhotoChromic Sunglasses

$329.99 $399.99
*Very Rare Ray-Ban USA by Bausch & Lomb "AOPA" Aviator
58mm *Ambermatic PhotoChromic Amber lenses on a 24k GP frame 
1970s Vintage 
Sunglasses with Original B&L Amermatic Case

These is are in *Excellent vintage condition
Rare "APOA" A real piece of Americana collection!
Only wear on the front frame, lenses are Perfect!
No wear on the nose pads, ear tips, temples or lenses
You may never find another in this condition
They Darken in the bright light, Very Nice!
These can be worn day or night, in or outdoors, Very Nice!
These are perfect for driving, boating or flying
B&L RAY-BAN USA on top of crossbar 58[]14 under
BL etched on both Perfect lenses
They measure approx. 5.25" temple to temple-front to back
These would be considered a Medium size
When worn, the View is Perfect, they Feel and Look Fabulous!
Original B&L Ray-Ban Ambermatic case shown is included
Cleaning cloth will also be included
Please view all photos with the magnifier for a precise and accurate description
Ray-Ban *Ambermatic All-Weather Sun Lenses
On overcast days, 
they are lightly tinted and amber colored to cut through haze and sharpen vision.
On sunny warm/hot days, 
they turn to brown to block glare.
On sunny cold/snowy days, 
they change to dark gray for superior protection from direct and reflected glare.
On cloudy bright days, 
they are a lighter brown, just right for the light.

The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) is a Frederick, Maryland-based American non-profit political organization that advocates for general aviation.

The organization started at Wings Field in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. On 24 April 1932, The Philadelphia Aviation Country Club was founded at Wings Field. The country club was the location of meetings of members that founded AOPA. AOPA incorporated on May 15, 1939, with C. Towsend Ludington serving as the first president, AOPA's membership consists mainly of general aviation pilots in the United States. AOPA exists to serve the interests of its members as aircraft owners and pilots, and to promote the economy, safety, utility, and popularity of flight in general aviation aircraft. In 1971 the organization purchased Airport World Magazine, moving its operations to Bethesda, Maryland.

With 384,915 members in 2012, AOPA is the largest aviation association in the word.

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