10 Responses to “Harley Phone”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    I used to think that things like this looked too new but as I got deeper and deeper into Kitsch I came to appreciate their beauty. This one is so out there because it’s so intricate. Usually the number buttons are exposed but I love how the seat and engine cover have to be removed in order to get to them.

    Do you have any idea what year this was made?

  2. Bren

    Bren

    I love that as well, no dust on your ear/face/fingers! The phone really does work. I’m not sure of the year it was made. My mom Marie was a biker, wild and free for a few years, she gave it to us as a gift after my first ride on our 1978 Honda Goldwing.

  3. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    Love the history of the phone, that your mom really was a biker and you got it commemorating your first ride. My mom drove a ’56 Caddy, a gorgeous car but no phone came outta that deal.

  4. Bren

    Bren

    Happy Holidaze as I call them we maybe cruising South to Orange to see some family, 25-27. Would your museum be open any of those days?
    I looked for an address/hours, lost in cyber space. Like my fun photo.
    Won’t be riding the Harley though, it’s a bit small.