The last bike of Elvis will be sold at auctionJuly 17, 2019
Known fact: Elvis Presley adored motorcycles. In his collection they were not enough. This Harley-Davidson FLH-1200 Electra Glide model from 1976 dates back to the AMF era. Its uniqueness is that it is the last of the bikes bought by the king of rock and roll.
The company Kruse GWS Auctions, which organizes the large bidding, has scheduled an auction for the sale of this motorcycle for August 31 of this year. The event will be held in Los Angeles.
According to official information, Presley acquired the H-D FLH-1200 Electra Glide in California on August 11, 1976. The run of the motorcycle is small. Before being auctioned, he was exhibited in the showcase of the Pioneer auto show site in South Dakota.
This model of a motorcycle has in its arsenal an engine of 1206 cubic meters from Shovelhead, combined with a four-band transmission. Return of the engine makes 58 hp at 5150 rpm. The weight of the bike, excluding liquids, is 345 kg.
The vehicle is sold with all the documentation on it. The usual Harley-Davidson FLH-1200 Electra Glide 1976 with a good condition of the technical part and appearance has a price tag of 16 thousand dollars. Of course, the bike of Elvis Presley will raise its price much higher.
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