The World’s Most Valuable Harley Davidson Motorcycle
This one-of-a-kind 2014 Fatboy (FLSTF) has spent its entire life in a private Harley Davidson Motorcycle Museum in Key west, Florida. It was purchased new and meticulously customized. The Fatboy has 4,811 miles and has only been ridden by the museum’s 86-year-old owner, founder and curator.
Included in your purchase of
The World’s Most Valuable Harley Davidson Motorcycle,
you will receive the following
A private Harley Davidson Motorcycle Museum with 70+ years of antique and custom designed memorabilia and complete mechanical tools.
Three historic and architecturally classic properties in the Old Town Historic District on the tropical island of Key West, Florida, the Southernmost City in the USA
About the Properties
The Freeman Curry House
Valued at $5,125,000
Classical Greek Revival Mansion circa 1865 with enormous porches and a grand ballroom
Carriage House with three apartments available for guests, staff or rental (valued at $1,475,000)
The George Frances Bartlum Roberts House – Vintage Key West Home, circa 1850, documented in the Library of Congress, with four bedrooms, three baths and a guest cottage (valued at $1,645,000)