1999 Indian Chief on ns1.2040-motos
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Do you want to own a pice of history, this is # 505 of the 1100 from the first year back of Indian Motorcycle. This bike has only had one owner since new, we completely rebuilt the bike. Brand new tires, brand new genuine leather motorcycle Sidecar seats, brakes, speedometer, paint shop, new Mobil 1 full Synthetic motor oil, filter. This bike is turn on Key ready to ride. This bike is gorgeous, we highly recommend for you to come to see it in person. In 1998, the trademarks were awarded to a group of investors who formed a new company based in Gilroy, California.Three models were made during this era:Scout / Spirit: These were the ''small'' bikes which used a common frame and S&S engine. The Scout was ''sporty'', while Spirit targeted light touring.The Chief was the flagship bike. It had its own larger chassis, and was powered by the first new Indian proprietary engine in 50 years, the Power Plus 100. Unfortunately, the Power Plus 100 was plagued by reliability issues.In September of 2003, Indian Motorcycle in Gilroy California declared bankruptcy and ceased operations. ring.We just installed the Sidecar, it has a Brand New Indian Paint an Custom Genuine Leather Seats in the Bike and Sidecar. We just installed brand-new Tires, this bike is turn key ready to Cruise. If you can come and see the bike in person you won't be disappointed, it stands up anywhere it goes.
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Moto blogThu, 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.Fri, 30 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Transport Canada has announced a recall on various Indian motorcycles from model years 2009 to 2013 because of a risk of the rims cracking. All of the recalled motorcycles were from the old Indian designs before the storied brand was acquired by Polaris Industries. But as the new owners of Indian Motorcycles, Polaris is left with the responsibility of correcting defects from previous designs.Wed, 25 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Indian Motorcycle made a splash at last year’s Sturgis Rally, making its rebirth under Polaris Industries and revealing its Thunderstroke 111 V-Twin powered 2014 lineup. It should come as no surprise then that Indian announced it will reveal its all-new 2015 model lineup at this year’s Sturgis Rally. Although Indian makes the “all-new” claim, we expect a similar lineup to what’s currently available (Chief, Chief Vintage and Chieftain), perhaps with a revision or a new spin on an existing model.
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