Stolen motorcycle found 48 years laterMay 1, 2019
Nobody wish to become a victim of the hijackers. In some cases, law enforcement agencies find stolen equipment, but not always. It is believed that the more time passes, the harder it is to find a technique. However, sometimes stolen motorcycles return to owners or their heirs after many years.
An amazing story happened in the USA. Motorcycle Harley-Davidson Panhead 1957 found 48 years later. He was stolen from Delroy Sims, who lived in eastern Houston, Texas in 1963. At the time, the bike was relatively new.
Motorcycle found 48 years later. This can already be considered a miracle, but more is important. The bike is in excellent condition. He was returned to his family. Unfortunately, Delroy has already died, so now the classic motorcycle has been given to his son. Darrell, the son of Delroy Sims, is not going to sell the find and says that the motorcycle is very important to him. He plans to restore the bike to the state when his father owned it.
Darrell: “I miss my father, I remember him every day. And now he will always be in my garage. If someone offers me $ 100,000 for a motorcycle today, I hardly agree. I don’t think I would take even a quarter of a million. ”
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