Terminator 2 1991 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy

May 22, 2018

Category: Rides

When it comes to movie vehicles, there are quite a few film cars that come to mind. Motorcycles, however, are much fewer and further between. One stands out as crisp and clear as the time we first saw it: the one Arnold Schwarzenegger rode in the action flick, Terminator 2: Judgement Day. Well, now that very 1991 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy is headed to the auction block.

As you probably know, many versions of the same vehicle are often used on movie sets – some for stunts, others for static shots, and even fewer still actually driven by the stars themselves. This one fits in the latter category, making it all the better. What’s even cooler is that it was acquired for sale directly from the film production company and only has 392 miles on the odometer. Whether you’re a big movie buff or a classic vehicle collector, this bike can’t be passed up. The bidding starts at $200,000.

Purchase: $200,000+

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