Harley-Davidson Cafe Unloads Memorabilia Prior to Closing

As first reported here, Harley-Davidson Cafe on The Strip is closing Oct. 31, 2016. On the way out, the restaurant will be auctioning off its memorabilia, much of it related to (wait for it) motorcycles.

All the items up for auction are listed on a liquidation site, Nellis Auctions.

Harley-Davidson Cafe memorabilia

The Harley-Davidson Cafe has been on The Strip for 19 years, so that means everything is at least halfway to being an antique.

Bidding has already started, and ends Oct. 28, 2016. Anything purchased during the auction has to be removed from the restaurant by Oct. 29. Here’s more information.

The memorabilia up for auction ranges widely, from an autographed photo of Cher on a Harley to a Bon Jovi-signed guitar, celebrity-signed motorcycle gas tanks and even a prop motorcycle used in “Easy Rider.”

All the items up for auction have minimum bids, but most are ridiculously low, so get in the game at the official auction site and take home a piece of Harley, and Vegas, history.

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