Status - Part of our Private Collection.
Every item in this display was used on screen by Arnold Schwarzenegger as the "T-800".
- Harley-Davidson Fat Boy - This is one of a few bikes used by the T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) during filming of the movie. Arnold and the bike are always instantly recognizable as the keys to the Terminator 2 movie. This particular bike matches up in several of the scenes - especially the shape and wrinkles in the saddle bags. There is a custom bar mounted on the front of the frame which used to have footpegs. This was installed so that John Conner (Edward Furlong) had a place to put his feet when he was riding on the gas tank. The gas tank has many scratches and marks on it, presumably from the various takes of John Conner being pulled on to it from his bike. The bike was acquired directly from the studio and is complete with a copy of the ownership paperwork stating "T2 Productions", along with an original signed bill of sale and letter of authenticity from Mario Kassar, Executive Producer of T2. The bike was never registered, and is in running condition, though kept in exact shape as acquired a few years ago.
- T-800 Costume -The particular pieces of this costume took about two years to locate. It consists of a leather jacket, black shirt with bullet holes, HD boots, belt, and custom pants. Once they were all together, the set costumer from T2 documented the pieces and authenticated that they were all screen used. This costume was used towards the beginning of the movie - from the scene in the hallway of the Galleria forward. Later in the movie, Arnold changes his shirt at the gas station from a black one to grey. Then as the movie progresses, there were various stages of wear on the costumes. This leather jacket screen matches exactly during the motorcycle scenes in the aquaduct when the T-800 saves John Connor from the T-1000 chasing him in a large truck. Every scratch, mark, and bullet hole is exactly as seen throughout that scene.
- Stunt Shotgun -This is one of a few stunt rubber shotguns used throughout the production for safety purposes. This would usually be carried sticking out of the saddle bag.