"I would be delighted if it could be preserved in its current condition and exhibited to the many visitors to the Harley-Davidson Museum as a memorial to a tragedy that claimed thousands of lives," Yokoyama said.A classy move.
Sunday, May 27, 2012
UPDATED: Update on Japanese Harley
So it seems this motorcycle isn’t going to be returned to its Japanese owner after all. According to this story (link) the owner wants the bike to be displayed at the H-D Museum as a tribute to those who lost so much during the tsunami that hit Japan last year.