The devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in 2011 is still showing its aftermaths, but at least in positive way now.
Ikuo Yokoyama whose Harley-Davidson FXSTB Softail Night Train was swept away in a container box by tsunami and then washed up on the shore of Canada and found a year later after the catastrophe, passed his motorcycle to the Harley-Davidson Museum Milwaukee, Wisconsin in the same condition it was found on the shore of Canada after one year of drifting.
When the bike was traced back to Yokoyama, Harley-Davidson offered to have the bike restored and returned to its rightful owner. However Yokoyama asked to keep the bike in the Harley-Davidson museum and make an exhibition as a memorial to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami.
You can also check the official press release here.