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It’s still titled and registered in Presley’s name, even though he sold it 90 days before he died.

It’s still titled and registered in Presley’s name, even though he sold it 90 days before he died.
If it gets bought - it’ll make it the most expensive motorcycle in history

If it gets bought - it’ll make it the most expensive motorcycle in history
Elvis’ Electra Glide had been on display at the Pioneer Auto Museum in Murdo, South Dakota, for over 30 years.

Elvis’ Electra Glide had been on display at the Pioneer Auto Museum in Murdo, South Dakota, for over 30 years.
The listing states the motorcycle was bought in August 1976 and was customized with a two-tone paint job, stitched leather seat, and chrome accents.

The listing states the motorcycle was bought in August 1976 and was customized with a two-tone paint job, stitched leather seat, and chrome accents.
I did not know any

I did not know any
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caroline0505

caroline0505

  Voted I did not know any
grandamanda

grandamanda

  Voted I did not know any
spuddy1166

spuddy1166

  Voted If it gets bought - it’ll make it the most expensive motorcycle in history
dccarter51

dccarter51

  Voted I did not know any
tony53

tony53

  Voted It’s still titled and registered in Presley’s name, even though he sold it 90 days before he died., If it gets bought - it’ll make it the most expensive motorcycle in history, Elvis’ Electra Glide had been on display at the Pioneer Auto Museum in Murdo, South Dakota, for over 30 years. , The listing states the motorcycle was bought in August 1976 and was customized with a two-tone paint job, stitched leather seat, and chrome accents.

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