1978 Kawasaki KZ1000 (Spirit of America)

#155 of 200 Kawasaki KZ1000 Commemorative. Made in Lincoln, Nebraska sold to Kawasaki Employee Ron Heyen. Probably ever since World War II, “Made in America” has been very important to Americans, showing national pride and keeping as many jobs as possible here in our 50 states. So Kawasaki beat Honda by about a year in establishing a motorcycle Read more

1970 OSSA Plonker Observed Trials Bike

The Spanish manufacturer Ossa made a wide range of machines for every form of competition, including observed trials, some street bikes as well. Between 1969 and 1971 the Plonker trials bike was their 250cc offering distinguished by a rich green and yellow paint scheme. Racing success with famed trials rider Mick Andrews suggested a Mick Andrews Read more

1936 Harley-Davidson VLD

Following the successful “J” models, the first Harley-Davidson “VL’s” appeared mid-year in 1929. Unfortunately this was two months before the stock market crash and the new motorcycles had a few mechanical problems. The “V” model is a true flathead, otherwise known as a “side-valve,” an improvement over the J as was its new frame. Here Read more

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