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1929 Harley-Davidson Jet Engine Motorcycle

1929 Harley-Davidson Jet Engine Motorcycle

Yes, you read that correctly. This 1929 Harley-Davidson Jet Engine Motorcycle ($25,000) is based on a 1929 Broad Track Racer, and is powered by twin jet engines that hug either side. While the description suggests taking it around to various events for money, we imagine you'd do just as well to keep things contained to the local deserted air strip or abandoned highway. After all, we suspect this thing isn't exactly road legal.

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