I remember when this bike was discovered. The basic bike was left in the elements, the radio, tank, rack, and other rare bits were left in an attic, protected from the elements. The bike and parts were bought at an estate sale and it was pieced back together.
I'm a classic car and history buff, I love classic bikes and antique radios. I would love to own this, but I have to hold off for now. I'd have to sell at least 3 or 4 bikes first.
This is a Holy Grail for me. Local history (Dayton, Ohio), a classic, and a rare color combo. I DO want it, just bad timing though. I'd sell my '61 Monark, NOS '92 Huffy, and my gold '66 Eldorado for this. Maybe my '60 AMC too.