There are a lot of interesting things to see at the wheels through time museum.
this particular exhibit really caught my eye. Post War Model (WW2) Motorcycles. And this motorcycle in particular
“Customized during the fifties, this this 1949 hot rod Panhead resembles Harley Davidson’s “Fat Boy” of the 90?s.
Dish wheels, chopped front fender, custom exhaust are all “Revised Modified” items that make this “survivor” truly unique. ”
“Wheels Through Time Museum is home to the world’s premier collection of rare American Vintage Motorcycles. Located 5 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway, in beautiful Maggie Valley, NC, this All-American motorcycle museum houses over 300 of America’s rarest and most historic classic motorcycles, with over 24 marques
on display, including the likes of Harley-Davidson, Indian, Excelsior, Crocker, Henderson, and much more. Western North Carolina’s premier museum and tourism attraction features dozens of motorcycle-related exhibits, ranging from board track racers, hillclimbing, and original paint machines to American Dirt Track racing, choppers and bobbers, and one-of-a-kind motorcycles. The museum also annually holds a motorcycle raffle, which helps them continue their mission.
Founded by Dale Walksler in 1993, WTT has become an integral piece in discovering, maintaining, and preserving American motorcycle history. The collection houses tens of thousands of motorcycle pictures, historic memorabilia, and other motorcycle artifacts, and has been featured in hundreds of motorcycle publications, including American Iron, Cycle World, Cycle Source, and American Motorcyclist to name a few.”
Quotes taken from wheelsthroughtime.com.
Visit their website at https://www.wheelsthroughtime.com/ better yet visit the museum.