Here is Craig Vetter being chauffered by the AMA CEO Rob Dingman, on his way to receive the Dud Perkins Lifetime Achievement Award.
Back in 1913 this belt-driven, magneto-fired Harley-Davidson single would have cost you $290; we don't know how much the aftermarket lighting would have set you back.
A row of shiny British bikes will always have an attentive audience; these used to be relatively inexpensive collectibles, but many prices, like with Vincents, have gone sky-high.

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