1946 Indian Chief on ns1.2040-motos
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I am listing a 1946 Indian Chief for a friend. My friend had the bike restored 8 years ago. The engine was professionally rebuilt, top and bottom end. Flywheels balanced, bored .10 over, tranny gone all through, everything that could be replaced was done correctly. Bike was ridden around a thousand miles since rebuild and has really not been ridden much the past few years. I went to his barn yesterday started the bike, two kicks after prime, and rode about a half mile and it never missed a beat and sounded great. The bike is a correct numbers matching with clean title in hand. All the money and hard work has been spent/done, the bike is being sold due to him not using it. The bike is being sold as is where is, what you see in the pictures is what you are bidding on, please feel free to ask any questions and we will answer. $1000 deposited required at end of auction and the rest cash in hand, unless other arrangements approved prior by seller. If you plan on bidding without any intention of paying or picking up in the end, don't, just look. Happy bidding!
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