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History’s Mystery. Where is the Harley Elvis Lost To Pricilla in 1971?

Posted on 04 Jan 2012 in Harley-Davidson | 6 comments

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011,  at an auction in Texas, the official 1972 divorce papers between Elvis and Pricilla Presley hidden away for nearly 20 years, came to the block and were purchased by an unnamed buyer for $8,963.

According to auction officials, The 12-page agreement signed by both Elvis and Pricilla, granted Priscilla ownership of a 1971 Mercedes Benz, a ’69 Cadillac El Dorado and a ’71 Harley-Davidson motorcycle in addition to $100,000 in cash and half the income from the sale of their three houses in California.

There’s one thing in all this that you can’t help but wonder about.  Where is the Harley?  If you know where it’s at, there are several people, including us, who’d like to know!   Would you tell anyone if you had Elvis’s Harley?

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6 comments

  1. kenn fuqua / March 15th, 2012 20:33

    dude it was on tv. the bike was found in a barn when some guys grandpa died and eventuall it was bought by jay leno

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    • Steve / March 15th, 2012 20:39

      Kenn, thanks for the update! Back in January, when this article was written, the “mystery” of the Elvis bike was still on the loose. It sure is a beauty!

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  2. Steve / May 13th, 2012 9:44

    sorry, Leno, it wasn’t in a barn, and Leno didn’t buy it. Check this link.
    http://www.snopes.com/autos/dream/elvis.asp

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    • Steve / May 14th, 2012 14:43

      We had lost track of this story, thanks for the update! The tale of the “Elvis Harley” continues…

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  3. stephanie Robinson / November 15th, 2013 22:57

    If you opened the seat…under it was there writing that said from Elvis to Priscilla with love?

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  4. nikki / January 20th, 2014 19:03

    Elvis’s bike is in Australia fixed up and the owner was offered 5million dollars for it and wont part with it.. he went into a big bike shop in Sydney and wanted missing parts, they asked for the bikes serial number and the parts required and when they looked it up the owner of the bike was offered $250,000 for the bike to which he said no as it was a bike he had always wanted. The owner asked what was so important about the bike the owner of the bike shop then offered 2million and the guy said no.. not knowing the importance of the bike the shop owner then offered 5million the guy was so curious what was so important with the bike and the shop owner said it was Elvis’s bike.

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