NASCAR 60th Anniversary Motorcycle Series

Bruce Rossmeyer of "Destination Daytona" fame, has teamed up with NASCAR to create an officially licensed "NASCAR 60th Annive...

Bruce Rossmeyer of "Destination Daytona" fame, has teamed up with NASCAR to create an officially licensed "NASCAR 60th Anniversary Motorcycle Series"

To commemorate NASCAR's 60th anniversary, Rossmeyer is creating 60 custom motorcycles, each individually numbered, to capture the essence of NASCAR.

If you want to buy one, you'll have to hope that racing industry insiders pass up the opportunity, because they'll have first dibs. Sales will begin May 28. But if you're lucky enough, each bike will cost $48,600, and will include a commissioned painting by artist Sam Bass, as well as a limited edition NASCAR 60th Anniversary leather jacket, among other stuff.

Here's the photograph that accompanied the NASCAR press release...

nascar 60th anniversary motorcycle

However, I question that this is actually one of the "anniversary" bikes. It doesn't bear the official NASCAR 60th Anniversary logo, and the fact that these motorcycles aren't scheduled to be unveiled until next week.

But here's a link to the full press release, and you can decide for yourself...


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  4. Anonymous said: the Factory prep and handling, freight and delivery are NOT in the MSRP price. thats from looking at the acual invoice, Bruce Rossmeyer sell over 500 bikes just Bike week itself, so for everyone that has bought a Harley Davidson from Bruce Loves there bike and enjoying the bike, because the there home town dealer either does not have the bike, He is a volume dealer and do whatever it takes to make a great deal. 1799 NEW Bikes sold 2008 made him the #1 Dealer in the country, so most people are VERY happy to purchase a bike from Mr. Rossmeyer, what a empire he has.



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