'Sopranos' Harley, For Cancer Research

Fresh off the finale of the sixth season of "The Sopranos," three cast members stopped by The Early Show plaza to rev up support for the raffling of a special motorcycle to benefit a New Jersey cancer center.

Vincent Curatola, who plays mob boss Johnny Sack, Robert Iler, who portrays AJ Soprano, and Steve Schirripa, who plays Bobby Bacala, told Dave Price the entire "Sopranos" cast is signing a one-of-a-kind, special edition Sopranos Harley Davidson motorcycle, which will be raffled off to raise money for the Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center. The bike is a 2006 Ultra Classic Electra Glide in "vivid black," and will be adorned with "Sopranos" decals. The bike retails for $27,970. No bike will ever be produced like it again.

The raffle will go last through March 27th, 2007, and each ticket will cost $1000.

The Hackensack University Medical Center is located about a half-hour from where "The Sopranos" is set, in northern New Jersey.
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Curatola, whose father was treated there for many years, got the idea to raise money for the center with the motorcycle raffle in an effort to pay tribute to his father, Constantino Curatola, who lost his battle with cancer last year.

For details on the raffle, click here.
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