Woah. Supposedly one of only 500 ever made, this 1999 Harley-Davidson MT500 Military motorcycle is up for auction in Las Vegas. There aren’t many bikes out there that we relish and drool over, especially ones that are available for purchase. This offering, however, takes the cake for being one of the downright coolest bikes we’ve encountered to date.
Not only is this Harley a renowned war relic, but it’s surprisingly unused, boasting an odometer of 0. Yes, you read that correctly. Not one mile has been logged onto its Rotax engine, which was built toward the end of the model’s production run. It’s complemented by an army green paint job, a plastic gun case to keep your arms at the ready, as well as ammo panniers for obvious reasons. It’s clearly one of the rarest Harley-Davidson models ever produced and, whether or not it’s actually street legal, is slated for auction where it’s expected to sell for upwards of $24,000. Best of luck. [Purchase]
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