Harley Hoard up for Auction

Reader Contribution by The Motorcycle Classics Staff
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Auctioneers J. Wood & Company will empty a 22,000 square-foot Harley-Davidson dealership, Dwight’s Biker’s Dream of East Texas, in a two-day sale Oct. 29-30, 2015. Owner Dwight Nevill collected a huge hoard over the years by buying out dealer inventories and other collections, There is even one lot from a H-D dealer that had a fire and NOS parts in sooty packages. It is one of the largest collections of NOS, new and used Harley-Davidson parts to have gone to auction.

Some of the motorcycles include a 1948 H-D Panhead with a sidecar, a 1940’s 45 Bobber, a 1951 Hummer as well as other vintage machines and Evo Harleys. There is a fully equipped 5-man shop that includes a machine shop. Above the showroom is a museum that is loaded with Harley-Davidson memorabilia. All of this will be sold at no reserve on Thursday, Oct. 29 in New Boston, Texas.

For more information, visit the J. Wood & Company website.

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