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Fri, April 19

Mother of all museums coming to town

Russ Faltersack, sales rep at Mother Road Harley-Davidson, sits atop a Heritage Softtail last Thursday. Classic motorcycles will be one of many items on display April 3 at the store when Harley-Davidson’s traveling museum visits Kingman. JC AMBERLYN/Miner

Russ Faltersack, sales rep at Mother Road Harley-Davidson, sits atop a Heritage Softtail last Thursday. Classic motorcycles will be one of many items on display April 3 at the store when Harley-Davidson’s traveling museum visits Kingman. JC AMBERLYN/Miner

KINGMAN - Harley-Davidson Motor Company hopes that you'll get revved up this April when their traveling museum rolls into town.

The traveling spectacle, housed in an 18-wheel semi trailer, will be at Mother Road Harley-Davidson, 2501 Beverly Ave., from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on April 3.

The museum will feature Harley-Davidson's evolution in America, from the first Harley V-Twin engine in 1909 to the new Twin Cam 96 engine this year. The museum will also celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Sportster rolling off the assembly line in 1957.

The public can enjoy displays of motorcycles, personal photos and memorabilia from the motor company's archives. The display will also preview the new Harley-Davidson Museum that is scheduled to open in Milwaukee in 2008.

Admission is free, but donations are accepted for Harley-Davidson's charity. For more information, call 757-1166 or (888) 757-1989.

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