Well this is a true story. A couple of weeks ago I was visiting with an old friend of mine. We were sitting on his front porch in the shade, talking and since I had rode my bike over, that kinda set the stage for talking about bikes etc. My friend used to have a Goldwing years ago but he had congestive heart failure from an enlarged heart, was disabled and can't work anymore. He said he would still try to ride but he can't take the heat in traffic with his condition. So he is telling me about his brother who has always had Harleys his whole life. In fact I've seen his brother's Ultra parked there one day a few years ago when I dropped by. Well anyhow my friend told me that in 1970 his brother bought a brand new Sporster, it was his first Harley ever owned. He rode it a few months and it was stolen. He never heard anything more about the bike. But then like 30yrs later, his brother got a call from a detective. His bike was recovered by authorities in Finland. They told him if he wanted it, it he would have to ship the bike back to the states himself. So he paid to ship that old Sportster back. It was in pretty bad condition and needed some work. He fixed it back up and rode it again for a while and then he sold it. Thought that was a pretty unusual story. My friend's brother is a retired Railroad worker and lives in North Carolina.