2014 Indian Classic on ns1.2040-motos
Indian Classic description
Up For auction is a perfect condition 2014 Indian Classic two tone with an existing warranty until 8/23/19. Yes, almost 3 more years of warranty left!! And the bike only has 1,318 miles. if you want a like new Indian for thousands less than a new one you have found it. This bike is 100% stock except for the addition of a Vintage style light bar with windshield mount. The customer who traded this bike in kept his windshield for his new bike. The motorcycle is a one owner bike that was bought new at our dealership and always serviced here. The bike is in EXCELLENT condition. No scratches or dents. (Except for a small scratch on the left muffler) See picture. The bike has never been laid down and always kept very clean. We have a lot of trade in bikes we are looking to sell quick! Please feel free to email me with any questions or call the shop and ask for Rich, 843.641.0258
We are American Biker/ Indian motorcycles of Charleston. We have been in business since 1991 and are currently an Indian, Victory, Polaris, and Slingshot dealer. We DO ship anywhere in the WORLD! We are located close to the port of Charleston SC and we can crate any motorcycle and deliver it to the port for shipping. Check out our 100% positive feedback score.
We can help with shipping. Please email or call the shop for more info.
Indian Classic for Sale
Moto blogTue, 18 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
In a recent study done ranking each of the 50 states (and the District of Columbia) by motorcycle ownership per capita, South Dakota ranked the best. There are a total of 69,284 motorcycles registered in the state, according to the Department of Transportation, and with a total population of 816,598, when you do the math, there’s roughly 12 people in South Dakota for every motorcycle. Considering South Dakota is the home of the Sturgis rally, its ranking on this list may not be much of a surprise.Wed, 03 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700
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