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  • One one side of the elevator are two stacks of motorcycles, five stories tall...
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  • and there's another twin stack opposite...
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  • A corner for modern race bikes...
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  • Dirt bikes hung from walls...
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  • After taking all that in, you can get to the bikes actually on the floors...
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  • On the bottom floor, closed to the public, are the workshops. And more exhibits...
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  • 2007 Lakewood Special built by Hank Young on Discovery's "Biker Build-Off." Assembled from scavenged parts like a 1961 Harley-Davidson panhead motor, leaf spring from a 1940s Ford pickup a headlight from an Essex automobile.
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  • Indian has been resurrected today. This is an example of where it came from: a 1946 Chief.
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  • 1965 Honda C102 Cub. The Cub line made Honda what it is today in the US. More than 27 million have been produced and they're still on sale internationally.
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  • 1923 Scott Sprint Special from Britain. First built in 1908, it was water-cooled and featured automatic oil injection and rotary inlet valves.
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  • 1974 Ducati 750 SS in front of the homage that was built for it in 2006, the Ducati Paul Smart 1000 LE. Behind that is a 1983 Benelli Sei.
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  • Another company known for its bicycles, Cannondale got into motorcycles early in the millennium, then quickly exited the business. This is the 2002 EX 400.
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  • 1997 Ducati 916 Senna, number 194 of 1,000.
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  • 1944 Harley-Davidson Model U, used for shore patrol by the military. The ammunition canister holds 350 rounds of .45-caliber ammo.
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  • A multiple-championship winning 1952 F.B. Mondial 125 SS racing bike in the foreground, a multiple-championship winning 1956 MV Augusta racer behind it
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  • A 1930 Indian Scout on the left, said to still be "the preferred machine for carnival trick riding," a 1911 Flanders "4" on the right, with lights powered by acetylene gas
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  • 1961 Maserati 50/T2 SS built by the Maserati Battery and Spark Plug Company, a completely separate and distinct division from the car company. It had bought the Italmoto motorcycle company, moved it to Modena and built about 10,000 two-wheelers from 1953 to 1961.
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  • 1950s NorVin, a Norton Featherbed chassis with a Vincent V-twin motor
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  • 1926 ABC, an advanced bike for its time, originally made by the Sopwith Aircraft Company
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  • 2008 BMW HP2
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  • 1958 Ariel Square Four 4G MkII - just 42 horsepower but still had a top speed of 65 mph with the sidecar attached
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  • A 1956 Parilla Corsa racing bike, just 26 horsepower and a top speed of 110 mph. Behind it is a 1924 Moto Guzzi Normale, the first bike designed and produced by Carlo Guzzi.
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  • On the left is a 1954 Horex Regina 250, a German bike from a company founded in 1923. It stopped making bikes in 1958 and began producing parts for Mercedes-Benz, but in 2010 a new Horex bike division was established.
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  • 1960 BSA Gold Star Clubman, a highly modifiable street bike with racing performance
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  • 1962 Lotus Type 14 Elite
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  • 1956 Lotus XI Sports Racer
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  • A one-of-a-kind 1952 Lotus MkIV, this one being the first car built and sold by the Lotus Engineering Company
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  • In a corner devoted to John Surtees sits a 1978 Surtees TS20 Formula One car, #003, when Surtees went from rider/driver to constructor, with the 1964 Ferrari 158 F1 chassis that he won the World Championship with and the 1956 MV Agusta that he won a World Championship with
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