2011 Summer Special Exhibit Planned at H-D Museum

The Harley-Davidson Museum announced today it plans to host a new exhibit between June 11 and August 21, which will showcase several items from the H-D archives. Dubbed the Collection X: Weird Wild Wonders of the Harley-Davidson Museum, the exhibit will even include secret prototypes or "what were they thinking?" contraptions.

Visitors will see hundreds of items that include one-of-a-kind vehicles, clothing, artwork, photos, and some of the rarest and weirdest of collectibles.

They will thus be able to take a closer look at what the Motor Company has stored away, including many items that show just how far some people will go to profess their appreciation for all things Harley-Davidson.

"This summer we're giving our visitors the opportunity to see some of the most unique items in our archives," said Bill Davidson, Vice President of the Harley-Davidson Museum. "Many of these treasures have never been on display before, and everyone who visits will enjoy seeing the wild and interesting items we have collected over the past century."

Additional details about the exhibit and related special events will be made available in the months leading up to the opening.

“Collection X: Weird Wild Wonders of the Harley-Davidson Museum will stir the public's growing curiosity and fascination with old and interesting antiques and collectibles. More and more people across America are watching collectors on television find distinctive treasures in old barns, garages and at estate sales. This summer, all who visit the Museum will get to see firsthand an impressive collection located right here in Milwaukee,” the company says.
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