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My Indian is a like-new motorcycle with only 2,710 miles on the odometer. Beautiful Indian Red.
Warranty: Better then new. 2014 Indians came with a fully transferable 5yr/unlimited mileage warranty. New 2017 Indians now come with a 2yr/unlimited mileage warranty. The warranty on this motorcycle expires May 15, 2019.
Equipment: Better than new. Indian factory accessories include windshield, saddlebags, driver backrest, solo fender luggage rack (passenger seat and passenger foot pegs have never been used and are included), handlebar bag, front fork tool bag, Indian heavy-duty dust cover, assorted conchos, etc. Value of accessories approximately $3000.
Condition: Flawless. There is not a single scratch, nick, dent, etc. This Indian has always been garage-kept under a dust cover. During the winters, the motorcycle has been connected to a trickle charge Battery Tender Plus. I am the only person who has ever ridden this Indian.
Lagniappe: Pictured are some extras that go along with the Indian from metal signs, the box of patches, bells, belt buckles etc., that Indian gave to the earliest buyers, a Battery Tender Plus for keeping the battery charged in winter, Air Hawk R (the Indian is a fine motorcycle; however, the stock seat is a pain), and a collection of Indian books for those rainy/snowy days when riding is not possible. If you are an Indian fan (I have been one now for over five decades), you will enjoy the books which are, for the most part, long out of print.
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Polaris issued two separate recalls for 2009-2011 Indian motorcycles, one for a problem with the headlight and another with the kickstand. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the kickstands on 2009-2011 Indian motorcycles may not fold up and to the rear if the motorcycle is moving forward with the stand deployed. As a result, the kickstand fails to meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No.Wed, 05 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
Hero Motocorp has revealed a new 620cc streetfighter concept called the Hastur at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo in Greater Noida, near New Delhi. The Hero Hastur concept was developed with the help of Erik Buell Racing which provided its expertise in working with larger engines than Hero’s usual small-displacement motorcycles. The Hastur is powered by a parallel twin 620cc engine claiming 78.9 hp at 8000 rpm and 53.1 ft-lb.Thu, 09 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
Indian Motorcycle will be in Washington, DC starting this Friday at 3 p.m. as part of the Progressive International Motorcycle Show (IMS). Riders who attend the IMS at the Washington Convention Center will be treated to a variety of events throughout the weekend – many of which honor the US service personnel stationed in the DC area.
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