It was caked in corrosion, encrusted with sea salt and littered with rocks when a Canadian discovered it buried on a sandy beach in British Columbia.
But the rusty Harley-Davidson that was built in York, and got washed away in Japan, is still mostly intact and on its way home.
Mechanics at the Steve Drane Harley-Davidson dealership in Victoria, British Columbia, determined the 2004 Softail Night Train's frame is "still good." And the engine and transmission cases, as well as the bike's front end, are "in good shape," a spokesman said. READ ON