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March 12, 2009

Win a Harley Knucklehead Motorcycle

Win A Harley Knucklehead Motorcycle – Wheels Through Time Raffle Tickets On Sale Now

The 7th Annual Wheels Through Time Raffle Bike -- The 1947 Knucklehead

The 7th Annual Raffle Bike -- The 1947 Knucklehead

Win This 1947 Harley Knucklehead or $20,000!!!

1 ticket for $10 3 for $20  7 for $50 w/ free T-shirt and DVD

Drawing held November 2009

Get Your Tickets Here Today!!!

New Motorcycle Videos On The Time Machine

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Tune in online and see what Dale and the crew at WTT have on the slate for 2009. From restorations, rebuilds, and tune-up tech shows to virtual tours, feature bikes, and big events, the Time Machine brings the world of Wheels Through Time right to your computer. And the best part–its 100% free.

This Months Feature:

The Maxton Mile

Watch as Dale and Buzz run an untouched 1931 Harley at the Maxton, NC Land Speed Races

Watch as Dale and Buzz run an untouched 1931 Harley at the Maxton, NC Land Speed Races

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January 11, 2009

Wheels Through Time to Participate in Presidential Inauguration Parade

This 1918 Harley-Davidson with Sidecar, from the collection at Wheels Through Time, will be ridden during the Presidential Inauguration Day Parade in Washington, DC in celebration of the 90th Anniversary of the U.S. Army's 1919 Transcontinental Convoy on the Lincoln Highway.

1918 Harley-Davidson with Sidecar, from the collection at Wheels Through Time, will be ridden during the Presidential Inauguration Day Parade in Washington, DC in celebration of the 90th Anniversary of the U.S. Army

On January 20, 2009, the Wheels Through Time American Transportation Museum in Maggie Valley, NC will be making history once again — this time, participating in the 2009 Presidential Inauguration Day Parade. During the historic event, the motorcycle museum will bring a small fleet of WWI era motorcycles to Washington to participate in a procession celebrating the 90th Anniversary of the transcontinental Army motor convoy on the Lincoln Highway in 1919.

Completed in 1915, the Lincoln Highway was America’s first transcontinental highway, stretching from New York City to More on Wheels Through Time to Participate in Presidential Inauguration Parade

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November 12, 2008

Wheels Through Time Raffle To Be Held This Saturday!

A 1940 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead Bobber

WTT's 6th Annual Raffle Bike: A 1940 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead Bobber

The 2008 Wheels Through Time Raffle is just days away!!!

Get Your Tickets Here Today!!!

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Time is running out on your chance to enter the 6th Annual Wheels Through Time Museum Raffle .

Each year, Dale and the crew at Wheels Through Time get to work on a custom piece of American vintage iron to be raffled off during the annual Toy Run in Maggie Valley, NC. This years machine is our best raffle bike yet–a 1940 Harley Davidson Knucklehead Bobber built right here at the WTT Restoration Shop.

The drawing will be held on November 15th of this year, so hurry to get your tickets today. Ticket specials are 1 for $10, 3 tickets for $20, and 7 tickets for $50 w/ free T-shirt and DVD. Keep in mind that Wheels Through Time is a 501c-3 Not-For-Profit, and your raffle purchase is tax-deductible. Click here to support a great cause and take a chance at owning a piece of motorcycle history.
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The 2008 Raffle Bike build is on the web!
To see the build of this years raffle bike, visit Wheels Through Time’s video website. The museum has produced hundreds of videos to date, sharing the history of the museum and its collection of over 300 of America’s rarest and most significant two- and four-wheeled machines.
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