Conveniently located in Asheboro, American Classic Motorcycle Museum features more than six decades of American motorcycle history. This North Carolina museum houses one of the South's finest collections of antique and classic Harley-Davidson motorcycles from 1936 to the present. Operated by the American Classic Motorcycle Company, the museum displays vintage bikes, artifacts, advertising and memorabilia, and a complete dealership as it existed circa 1949. The museum holdings includes 1936 Knucklehead Flying Cloud, 1938 Knucklehead, 1940 Knucklehead, 1940 Flathead, 1943 WLC Canadian Military Flathead, 1947 Knucklehead Western Union, 1948 Panhead, 1966 Shovelhead, 1971 FLH Dresser ‘All-American Edition’ and 1978 MX250 Motocross. In addition to the above, it includes a full-service shop specializing in classic restorations, heritage diner, and gift store. Through Randolph Community College, the American Classic Motorcycle Museum offers a Harley-Davidson restoration course that is split-up into five segments, covering the various aspects of the bikes. Restoration services are provided as well. There is a full service parts counter and sales floor that has chrome, clothing, and motorcycles for sale.