Download Wheels Through Time Museum apk 1.401 free for Android smartphone

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Wheels Through Time Museum

Posted by Wheels Through Time in Entertainment | July 6, 2014 | 7 Comments

Apk file size: 5.6 MB

The Wheels Through Time houses more than 300 rare American Motorcycles in the beautiful Smokey Mountains of Maggie Valley, North Carolina. Founder and curator Dale Walksler has spent over 50 years collecting, preserving, and sharing this history of American Motorcycles. The museum features many early collections including Early Year Motorcycles (1900-1910), A Twenties Collection, A Thirties Collection, A Forties Collection, WW2 Motorcycles, Hill Climbers, Board Track Racers and so much more. Download our app to get an insiders look at what happens at The Wheels Through Time.

Wheels Through Time part of our Entertainment and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update July 6, 2014. Google play rating is 94.5454. Current verison is 1.401. Actual size 5.6 MB.

Download wheels-through-time-museum.apk 5.6 MB


Tyler Schoenhoft

Amazing Videos very cool app I love the museum!!!

Gary Merritt

update ap is really cool. thanks wheels love the show as well.

Michael Bayens

Wow Awesome app...Love the bikes

M Dampier

Love the museum and the show! This app is AWESOME! Cool! The bikes are truly amazing!

Steve Rogers

Awesome App. Great Owners also!

Stephen McClintock

Stephen McClintock Hi, im from South Africa. Love your show... Wish i could visit your museum. Love the bikes!!!

John Myers

Love your show, but can't get your App to work. Hey Dale, my name is John, I'm an avid bike rider from Ontario Canada. I'm a custom fabricator of one off custom bikes as well as doing the occasional restoration of mostly vintage bikes such as Harley's, Triumph's and Norton's. I love your show and would love to hopefully stop to see your museum while doing one of our riding vacations. I just tried to install your App on my Samsung Smartphone after hearing you talk about it on your show, but after installing it I can't get it to open. Any ideas why?

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