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The Fonzs Triumph Motorcycle Sold For $179k

The Fonz's Triumph Motorcycle Sold For $179k

AYYY, The Fonz's famous motorcycle just sold at auction in Las Vegas during Julien's Auctions Hollywood Legends.The bike of course was featured in Happy Days by Henry Winkler, who played Author Herbert 'The Fonz' Fonzereli This particular Triumph is one of three used during the tv series, sold for $179,200 USD.It's a 1949 Triumph Trophy TR500, and[...]

Lets Take a Look at the Marvel Legends Wolverine Legendary Riders Set

Let's Take a Look at the Marvel Legends Wolverine Legendary Riders Set

And would it have been such a pain to include a cowboy hat? If he was a standalone release, he would be okay as part of a bigger wave of figures. But he isn't -- he comes with this motorcycle And it is not good.[gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="868217,868219,868220,868226,868227,868231"]The bike highlights the biggest issue with this release[...]

Arnold Schwarzeneggers Terminator Motorcycle Sold for $520k

Arnold Schwarzenegger's Terminator Motorcycle Sold for $520k

Day three of the Profiles in History auction happened yesterday, and with it one of the highest-ticket items yet.Arnold Schwarzenegger's motorcycle from James Cameron's Terminator 2: Judgement Day sold for $520,000 (USD).The listing for the item reads:1323 Arnold Schwarzenegger "Terminator" screen-used 1991 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle from Terminator 2: Judgment Day.(Carolco, 1991) Without question, one of[...]

Swipe File: Catwoman On A Motorcycle

Swipe File: Catwoman On A Motorcycle

This is Dustin Nguyen's Catwoman on a motorcycle.Which has been defined further for a statue And has given us this.But does the final version trigger any memories of this previous design by Otto Schmidt? It could just be that there are only so many ways to sit on a motorcycle...As ever, the Swipe File does not[...]

The TARDIS Motorbike Of Phoenix Comic Con

The TARDIS Motorbike Of Phoenix Comic Con

I have no idea whose this is. But it is rather sweet. I seem to recall the Sixth Doctor managed to turn the external appearance of the TARDIS into a motorbike, though rather briefly. A continuity call back maybe? And it dicn't look like this…