So I've been rambling around lately, the knuck chopper chassis sold this week.

Rick down at American Classic Motorcycle Museum in Asheboro was the lucky winner. After talking to him for a few minutes on the phone, I was sure that it had went to the right hands. Rick lost a son recently who loved vintage choppers, and is going to build this one in memory of him. I look forward to seeing pics of it, and hopefully catching up with their crew at the Ride for Lightning.

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After the auction I decided to drive to NC with my daughter to drop the chassis off and check out the museum.

These guys have one of the most amazing collections of vintage Harleys that I have ever seen. I'd say it is a must see if you going to be anywhere close. Most of the bikes in the museum are in original condition. We were treated to the backstage tour of the shop and restorations in progress.

Ricks first bike, made it into a Captain America years ago.

My little sweetheart was a trooper...
Upstairs is in the museum there is a reconstructed dealership from the 1940's, all NOS parts, too much cool stuff...

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