Harley Davidson Watch Ltd Ed 1995 "Golden Anniversary

Harley Davidson Limited Edition "Time Line" Oil Can Watch

"Golden Anniversary" Watch #0422/5000

You are bidding on one Harley Davidson "Golden Anniversary" watch from the Limited Edition "Time Line" an exclusive 6 watch set. If you bought all six you could receive the seventh, a pocket watch. Each watch commemorates the history of the Harley Davidson Motor Company through the decades from 1910's to the 1960's.

Each Watch is uniquely styled, richly detailed, and crafted to recreate the authentic style of the period. The series of 5,000 is sequentially numbered. Watches were issued every two months, and they began on November 1, 1994 , and once released, will never be re-issued. The Individual "Time Line" watches were only sold at Harley Davidson Dealers.

This particular watch is the "Golden Anniversary."

This watch has never been worn. It will need a new battery, as it has been in storage and was opened for photo only. It still has the clear plastic protectors on the watch face and the back. The band is Black and the face is Black with the gold or bronze emblem and the edge is silver. The back of the watch is marked Limited Edition Series 1" T is an eagle with the Harley Davidson bar and shield. This is watch #0422/5000. Part #99637-95V. It comes in its own Harley Davidson oil can watch case.

The fifties were one of the most glorious decades in Harley Davidson's long history. New riders took to the road by the tens of thousands, astride such classics as the Duo Glide and the Sportster. In glitzy fifties style, Golden Anniversary celebrates 50 years of Harley Davidson tradition and trend setting innovations such as: hydraulic suspension, two-tone paint, and lavish chrome trim.

Released July 1, 1995 .

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