In honor of the 30th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death, the CEO of 11 Harley-Davidson dealership (including Graceland Harley-Davidson) created a Signature Collection of 30 Softail Deluxes that were styled to look like Elvis’ black 1957 FLH.
Again, this wasn’t an official H-D motorcycle, rather it was a series commissioned by Bruce Rossmeyer, the person who owned the most HD dealerships in the country at the time. The first bike reportedly sold for $100,000, and Jay Leno is said to have bought one of the two prototypes. Bikes were delivered to their owners during a ceremony at Graceland, and each owner got a Certificate of Authenticity along with a Jeff Decker sculpture and a David Uhl painting that corresponded to their production number.
This example (VIN: 1HD1JD5147Y051540) is #2 of 30, and it has just 14 miles on it. The seller notes that “it is in excellent shape with a few minor scuffs, possibly from transportation.” It comes with the artwork and bronze sculpture as well.
Find this Elvis edition for sale in Middlebury, Connecticut with an unmet opening bid of $32,000 or a BIN of $50,000 here on eBay.