jeff decker is prob the greatest m/c artist of our generation!hope they recover it...i guess the only bright spot would be,if your artwork gets stolen,you must be a pretty phenominal artist!..does that make any sense?ive met jeff on a couple occasions,he is an absolute encyclopedia of motorcycle history n knowledge!
there is no link on that forum to show the report of the artist taking it back. Will there be charges filed for a false police report by the dealership? But they can't collect insurance if they didn't own the sculpture, so why did the dealership report the statue missing?
maybe it was for publicity to sell just one or two more bikes?
I have a question, how do harley dealerships go into bankruptcy when one new harley cost so much money? I don't mean to be a smartass, I just don't get how they are not profitable unless there are too many dealerships (saturation)?
Statue aside, that Harley dealership is really cool.
The wood and most of the other materials in the building were reclaimed from old factories in the area so it looks really rustic. Last time I went in there they had a couple Knuckleheads and other bikes on display upstairs.