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Harley-Davidson owner to retire, auction museum

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Don Waugh, owner of Waugh Enterprises Harley-Davidson and the Memory Lane Motorcycle Museum in Orange, Va., is retiring after 76 years in the industry, according to an article on NBC29.com.

Waugh, who will turn 82 in December, plans to hand over the dealership to new owners and auction off the motorcycle museum’s contents. Gibson Auction Service will hold a live auction December 4 and 5, 2015.

Clay Dodson of Gibson Auction Service, said in an interview, “it’s an eclectic mix starred by the Harley-Davidson Museum and collection of Don Waugh, from being a racer from the 1950s to being a nationally recognized person today, he’s well respected in the community and within the motorcycle community itself.”

To read the full article, click here.

For information on the auction, click here.

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