A 100th Anniversay edition Harley-Davidson 2003 Softail has been chosen as the grand prize at the 20th Annual International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE), Dec. 5-8, in Dallas, Tex. The Softail is one of Harley-Davidson’s 100th Anniversary bikes and will arrive fully loaded, with its Twin Cam 88B engine, hidden rear suspensions and cutting edge styling. The motorcycle will receive a custom paint job using today’s most sophisticated paint systems, compliments of Valspar Refinish, Inc., the exclusive sponsor of this Grand Prize. NACE 2002 will be held Dec. 5-8, at the Dallas Convention Center and is expected to draw an attendance of 30,000-plus from around the globe. It will feature more than 60 educational sessions, an Exposition with 500+ exhibiting companies, a keynote address by the George Bush, the 41st president of the United States, and a live performance by comedian and actor Bill Cosby. Attendees of NACE 2002 will be eligible to win the Grand Prize. During the event, ten lucky attendees will discover a key, one of which will fire up this legendary bike. Keys will be awarded from a pre-registration drawing, daily exposition drawings, at educational sessions and during general sessions. One lucky attendee will ride out of Dallas on this Grand Prize. “NACE is celebrating 20 years as the No. 1 collision repair event, while Harley-Davidson marks 100 years of great motorcycles. This makes it even more exciting to give away this special anniversary motorcycle,” said Dana Bellantone, NACE show director.