Wheels Through Time Life Time Donorship

It has been a privilege and honor to serve as the curator of the Wheels Through Time Museum in North Carolina over the years. As part of that service, on behalf of the Wheels Through Time, I’ve introduced the Lifetime Donorship program to help sustain the growth of the museum and the ongoing effort to educate our visitors on the history of American Motorcycles. Along with free lifetime admission for yourself and three guests of your choice, you also receive an Embroidered Wheels Through Time Collared Button-up Shirt with your name on it, a limited David Uhl painting of The Discovery (pictured below), 28 2017 raffle bike tickets, and much more!  The Donorship also comes with the knowledge that your contribution will have a long lasting effect educating future generations of museum patrons here and abroad.

The museum features over 300 motorcycles dating back to 1903, a collection of iconic classic cars, and over 14 exhibits that help capture the true culture of American motorcycling.  99% of the machines at The Wheels Through Time will start up and are operated on a regular basis which makes it The Museum That Runs.

"The Discovery" Crocker #8

“The Discovery” – by David Uhl. The Discovery captures Dale Walksler finding one of the first Crocker ‘big twins’, serial #8 from 1936.

Each Lifetime Donorship includes:
Free Entry for you and three guests
One print of “The Discovery” (only 1000 made) numbered and signed by David Uhl
Embroidered shirt with your name on it
28 tickets for the 2017 raffle bike (1948 Panhead raffled on November 11th, 2017)
Donorship patch and Donorship pin
Museum that runs hat
Lifetime membership card
Name on placard at museum entrance to commemorate your contribution
10% off all Wheels Through Time gift shop purchases

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The Lifetime Donorship is a one time donation.  A Wheels Through Time team member will contact you within 24 hours of your purchase to get additional details for your Donorship. Thanks for your support and we hope you have an opportunity to visit the museum soon!

Thanks again,

Dale