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Stolen 1920’s Harley Davidsons

September 23, 2014
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Updated 9/29/14:  Several items are still missing:

PLEASE SHARE!! On the night of 23 September, 2014, thieves made off with a truck, trailer, motorcycles, parts, riding gear, tools, and luggage from the Hotel Murano in Tacoma, Washington. This rig and these motorcycles had just completed the 4,000 mile Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance Run from Florida to Washington as a part of the Carson Classic Motors Vintage Racing Team. Within two days and the help of concerned citizens worldwide, the truck, trailer, and four motorcycles were recovered. There are still tens of thousands of dollars in missing tools, spare parts, luggage, gear, and equipment. Any individuals with leads on the location of this property are urged to contact Buck Carson at 936-239-6615, or email to carsonclassicmotors@yahoo.com. Team CCM is offering a $5,000 reward for the safe return of all spare parts, tools, luggage, riding gear, and related equipment from the recovered trailer. Complete listings of missing items can be found at www.stolencannonballbikes.com, andwww.aimag.com and will be updated as items are discovered or added to the list.

 

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Update 9/24/14: The bikes, trailer and truck have now been found!

Buck Carson:

ALL FOUR MOTORCYCLES RECOVERED. Spare parts are gone, spare engines gone, and some small things stripped off. THANK YOU to all for helping spread the word

 

$20,000 Reward!

PLEASE HELP!   Read, share, spread the word.

 

Last night, four Motorcycle Cannonball bikes and their support truck and trailer were stolen from the Hotel Murano in Tacoma, Washington. The bikes were as follows (Number 54) 1919 Harley Davidson J, (Number 73) 1926 Harley Davidson JD, (Number 76) 1931 Harley Davidson VL, (Number 99) 1928 Harley Davidson JD. The truck is a dark grey 2001 Ford F250 with Motorcycle Cannonball logos on the front doors, and the trailer is a 16 foot enclosed grey trailer with 4 windows and a large Motorcycle Cannonball logo on the rear door.

License Plate numbers are as follows:

1919 Harley Davidson J (Mississippi Antique Plate): 9620

1926 Harley Davidson JD (Texas Antique Plate) BDKX4

1928 Harley Davidson JD (Texas Antique Plate) BFGV2

1931 Harley Davidson VL (Texas Antique Plate) BFGR3

2001 Ford F250 (Texas Plate) 89LBC7

2007 Doolittle Trailer (Texas Plate) 41968

If you see the bikes, truck or trailer call your local police by dialing 911, then follow up with the bike owners listed below.

Regards,

Buck Carson carsonclassicmotors@yahoo.com  936-239-6615. www.carsonclassicmotors.com

Jon Neuman is the truck owner.

Phone number 214-850-6910

Email: numo@sagebrushcycle.com

David Lloyd – 901-277-7710 – dlloyd@roadshowbmw.com
Mike Carson – 281-705-5634 – mwcarson3@yahoo.com

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10 Comments leave one →
  1. September 23, 2014 8:29 am

    Reblogged this on My Ride Blog and commented:
    Any of my followers or readers of this blog that are near Tacoma, Washington? If you see these motorcycles or trailer please call the police.

  2. September 23, 2014 9:30 am

    We are keeping an eye out down here in SF…

  3. Anonymous permalink
    September 23, 2014 11:32 am

    Stake out the port of Tacoma. Major container center for the far east

  4. Anonymous permalink
    September 24, 2014 12:32 am

    Truck (but just the truck) recovered.

  5. Anonymous permalink
    September 24, 2014 6:19 am

    Shared in NY

  6. AAnonymous- 2 permalink
    September 24, 2014 6:59 am

    “Anonymous” has the right idea, the port of Tacoma and\or other nearby ports for overseas shipping are strong possibilities.

  7. Anonymous permalink
    September 24, 2014 1:30 pm

    Sorry to hear, good luck, hope you find them .

  8. Jim Abbott, Tucson, AZ permalink
    September 25, 2014 7:43 am

    Pete:
    I hope someone can keep us posted with a follow up on how they were found and the rest of the story ie how they were taken. It’s not too often that stories like this have a nice ending.
    Jim A., Tucson, AZ

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