Tucked away behind an unassuming house, in an unassuming neighborhood of South Seattle, is a repository of Harley-Davidson history unlike any other. Dave Eady, proud member (and past president) of the Seattle Cossacks motorcycle drill team, has gathered this collection of H-D rarities over a half century. In some cases, it's here to stay, while in others, it may get shipped to a desperate Flathead aficionado (for a price). We were given the secret handshake, and Dave gave us the deluxe tour of his museum. One of the more remarkable aspects of his cache of history is the breadth of it: Everything from bikes, to a functioning workshop, to nearly century-old parts in original packaging is contained in just a couple hundred square feet. If you need more of a fix for the nostalgic than we are able to provide in just a couple pages, or would like a view of your own, you can check it all out online (along with Cossacks historical records and a bunch of other stuff) at www.dave-eady.org. The stoplight, airbrush painting of the Blue Angels, and dangling chochkies are a subtle hint of what's to come. Dave's 2003 Anniversary Edition Electra Glide is the newest thing you'll see here. The stoplight, airbrush painting of the Blue Angels, and dangling chochkies are a subtle h The first assault on the senses comes immediately with the stacked display cases and shelves just through the door. Complete sets of H-D's beer stein, plate, Christmas plates, and beer editions, (along with uncounted toys and more) line the shelves of the collectibles area. The first assault on the senses comes immediately with the stacked display cases and shelv The motorcycle collection consists of a variety of Harleys and Whizzers. The H-Ds include some Aermacci-built minis, but are mostly FLs and 45-inch Flatheads (including Harley-Davidson's only trike, the Servi-Car). Dave points out the working Christmas lights installed on the front wheel of one Flatty. The motorcycle collection consists of a variety of Harleys and Whizzers. The H-Ds include 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | » | View Full Article By Billy Bartels Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!