If you’re a fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger or Richard Gere and love motorcycles, you may want to take out a small loan and bid on the bikes featured in two of their most popular films.
The 1991 film Terminator 2: Judgement Day takes place in a dystopian future in which Skynet attempts to orchestrate a robot apocalypse. In one sequence, Schwarzenegger rides through Los Angeles on a 1991 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy to protect John Connor (played by Edward Furlong) from the threatening T-1000 Terminator.
Hollywood auction house Profiles in History is preparing to auction movie memorabilia worth millions on June 5, 6, 7, and 8, 2018. The T2 motorcycle is one of the highlights and is predicted to sell for big bucks. Its pre-auction value is between $200,000 and $300,000, reported Motor Authority.
The famous Fat Boy has a mere 392 miles on the odometer, according to its auction profile. It’s not in perfect condition, however. It has a few minor scratches and dents and several tears in the rear saddle. It doesn’t include side mirrors, and its mechanical parts are untested. True film and motorcycle buffs will likely overlook its imperfections in order to own a historical piece of movie memorabilia.
The license plate from the Fat Boy is also up for auction and is expected to sell for between $1,000 and $1,500. Schwarzenegger’s infamous leather jacket from the first Terminator film is also on the auction block and could sell for up to $30,000.
Another motorcycle included in the auction is the 1978 Triumph Bonneville 750 that Richard Gere rode in 1982 Oscar-winning film An Officer and a Gentleman. The bike is much more affordable—it’s expected to fetch between $30,000 and $50,000. Paramount Pictures used two motorcycles for the movie. It’s black with chrome steel fenders and has some scratches and a broken tail light. Like the Fat Boy, the mechanicals are untested. It’s described as “Without question, one of the most iconic motorcycles in cinema history.”
Other vehicles up for sale include the 1964 Porsche convertible Dylan McKay (played by Luke Perry) drove in the 1990s TV series Beverly Hills, 90210. It’s believed to be a Speedster that was customized from a Porsche 356B. Its value is expected to be between $60,000 and $80,000. Unfortunately, it’s missing the engine, exhaust and gas tank. The commuter bus from Speed (starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock) is also for sale. At an estimated $20,000 to $30,000, it seems like a bargain.
The auction will also include other memorabilia, including clothing, prop guns, set models and miniatures.