Buddy Stubbs Arizona Harley-Davidson
Buddy Stubbs opened his dealership in 1966 after he retired from a motorcycle racing and stunt career - Buddy did stunt work in the the 1973 Movie Electa Glide in Blue.
This is the dealership's third location and the new facility is almost 48,000 square feet, including a motorcycle museum covering more than 3,000 square feet. There are over 30 motorcycle manufacturers represented and over 100 motorcycles on display. Buddy guides museum tours at 6pm on Fridays and the last Saturday of the month at 12:30pm.
Tasty collector motorcycles
Here are some of the collector motorcycles on display at the Buddy Stubbs museum.
1967 XLH Sportster
This 1967 XLH Sportster is in unrestored condition. The white seat and bags date this bike but I still like it. I'm sure some of us knew someone who had one just like this.Electra Glide In Blue
This 1968 Electra Glide in Hi-Fi Blue was originally sold by Buddy and owned by the original owner. This bike was used as a prop at the end of the 1973 Movie Electa Glide in Blue starring Robert Blake.Evil Knievel Sportster
This Evil Knievel Sportster is a great looking motorcycle. The paint and detail on this bike is excellent.
One of the rarest Harley-Davidsons?
I've never seen one of these 1972 Shortsters with a 65cc engine -- they were only produced in 1972. This example looks brand new.
In the Showroom
There is a large selection of new models in a wide variety of colors on display in the showroom.
This 2006 Screamin Eagle V-Rod Destroyer VRXSE looks awesome. Now where did I put my checkbook and my life insurance policy?
Parts and Accessories
The accessory parts are well organized and there is a large selection on display.
Be sure to visit
If you are in Phoenix, Arizona, be sure to visit Buddy Stubbs Arizona Harley-Davidson - you won't be disappointed.