MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee has a new exhibit that includes a motorcycle used in the upcoming Captain America movie.
Harley-Davidson motorcycles have been featured in dozens of films, but the company says this is the first time it led the design process, creating five of the movie's World War II-era replica motorcycles. Only one will be in the exhibit but two will eventually become part of the museum's permanent collection.
The exhibit also has some items from the movie, including a Captain America leather "rescue jacket," his signature "A" helmet and a shield he carries in the film.
"Captain America: The First Avenger" stars Chris Evans and Tommy Lee Jones and opens July 22. The Harley exhibit runs through Labor Day.
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