1927 Indian Chief on ns1.2040-motos
Indian Chief description
This auction is for a 1927 Indian Motorcycle - Chief that has been built into a bobber. Front end is a 1932, motor has 1947 cases. There is no serial number on the frame, the motor has the serial number that would have gone with the original bike (1927 frame match) - I know because I have a copy of the original title. Motor and transmission have been completely rebuilt, but has never been started. Nothing is missing - bike is ready to ride!
Bike has current MN title.
No warranty. Upon agreement of price a lump sum of $2,000 is due via paypal. Buyer needs to arrange pick up from Mound, MN - approx. 20min outside of the Twin Cities, Minnesota. Pick up cost will also be the buyers responsibility.
Feel free to message with question, include your phone number if you would like to talk live with the owner.
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This is a small sample of the participants in Monday’s annual Legends Ride from Deadwood to Sturgis. Hundreds of bikes thundered through the Black Hills toward Sturgis on Monday afternoon, creating a cacophony not heard in these parts since, well, last year. The sixth annual Legends Ride draws thousands of riders, spectators and celebrities to the historic city of Deadwood, South Dakota each year on a charitable pilgrimage to the Buffalo Chip Campground, and organizers said Monday’s edition was likely the largest ever.Tue, 29 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Get the Flash Player to see this player. Filmed at the 2013 Progressive International Motorcycle Show in New York City, the “Indian Motorcycle Summit” press conference featured celebrity panelist Mike Wolfe and top executives from Indian Motorcycle including Steve Menneto, Gary Gray and designer Michael Song. Moderated by Robert Pandya, panelists discussed everything from Mike’s favorite picks to the company’s exciting plans for the upcoming launch of the all-new Indian Motorcycle – one of the most anticipated and historic events in motorcycling history.Wed, 31 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700
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