Offered individually or as a set, a seller in Central California has two Harley-Davidson WLAs restored by Steve LeMay of Resurrection Cycles as well as a trailer “to look like a trailer that could’ve been built during the war” with ’36 Chevrolet wheels and “authentic WWII hardware.”
The bike were restored between 2006-2008, and the seller has some additional pictures on this military vehicle forum back in 2007. One is a 1943-built 42WLA model, the other is a much rarer 1941-built 41WLA Series II (one of 1,800). After the restoration the seller had both bikes marked as if they were in use (one for an Air Force base stationed in England and the other for an Armored Unit out of Ft. Knox). Per the seller, the Ft. Knox unit “trained personnel to ride the Harleys, prior to them being assigned to Armored Units in the field.” Both bikes have less than 300 miles on them.
Find this duo for sale in Central California – the seller wants $35k for the 1941, $30k for the 1942, and $5,500 for the pictured trailer. He’ll take $65k for the package, and you can find it all here on Craigslist.