Motorcycle exhibit in Warren features restored bikes

A motorcycle exhibit at the National Packard Museum in Warren features old bikes restored to pristine condition.

WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Widely recognized as one of the nation’s finest, the National Packard Museum’s Annual Antique Motorcycle Exhibit kicked off for its 16th year on Saturday.

The highly-acclaimed and award-winning exhibit, “What’s In Your Barn,” features thirty “Barn Find” motorcycles. The bikes that once collected dust and cobwebs were manufactured between 1939 and 1983.

The exhibit features a number of these motorcycles, restored to pristine condition.

“Sometimes we find them so badly decayed, that we have to restore them,” said Exhibit Curator Bruce Williams.

The exhibit will be open through June 12 for public viewing. For more information, visit or call 330-394-1899.

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