By Mike Hanlon
January 26, 2015
A Harley-Davidson 1959 FLH Panhead belonging to Rock & Roll's original wild man, Jerry Lee Lewis, sold for US$385,000 on Saturday night, becoming one of the 20 most expensive motorcycles ever sold at auction.
Owned since new by Rock & Roll's original and most notorious 'bad boy', this 1959 Harley-Davidson FLH Panhead became the second-most valuable Harley ever sold. It fetched more than one of the original 1907 'strap tank singles', the original 1911 v-twins, more than Cal Rayborn's XRTT and more than even the Pope's Harley.
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