WWW.MAJESTIKINDIANGALLERY.COM 2000 INDIAN CHIEF -RARE COLOR COMBINATION FACTORY ORIGINAL.
LIMITED COLOR PRODUCTION FROM THE GILROY ERA !!!
BRILLIANT BURGANDY /BLACK
FULLY DRESSED WITH:
OEM INDIAN BLACK LEATHER SADDLE BAGS.
OEM INDIAN BLACK BACK SEAT OEM BACK REST OEM FRONT MARKERS COMES WITH OEM FOG LIGHTS AND BAR COMES WITH THE CLASSIC BEACH BARS COME WITH CHROME IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. PAINT IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION !!! THERE ARE NICKS ON REAR FENDER TOP PART RESULT OF PASSANGER SEAT. VERY COMMON. MILES DISCLAIMER. NEW SPEEDOMETER CABLE AND A NEW SPEEDOMETER SHOWING 1129 MILES ON IT. ORIGINAL SPEEDOMETER SHOWS 13926 MILES ON IT. TOTAL MILES ON BIKE IS 14000 + MILES. FRESH OIL NEW BATTERY/ SPARK PLUGS/WIRES WHITE WALL TIRES 95% ON THEM RIDES STRONG TRANSMISSION,MOTOR,CLUTCH IN GREAT CONDITION. GOOD BREAKS.
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Please note: This is not a new bike. Runs great. Bike sells as is, As seen, No warranty expressed or implied.
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ZERO FEEDBACK ARE WELCOME TO BID I reserve the right to end action at anytime. Thank you for looking. Micro bio: Majestik 1 Indian Gallery.
I have decided this year to share some of my bikes with you. That's years of sourcing and loving the Gilroy Era Indians. It's a way of life for me. I've been investing countless hours and traveling to collect these magnificent bikes. I'm not a dealer, just a collector. As long as I'm around, I'll cherish and promote the Gilroy Era Indians. Naturally, I'm a big fan of the Original Indians; these started my love and passion for the Indian motorcycles (Also 'blame' it on Steve McQueen). Just the history of Indian Motorcycles, the first American bike, is magnificent--from the racing era, to its transformation for the War era, and civil life. "Indian motorcycle is the real deal; anything in between is just a motorcycle". Some would argue, but that's my opinion. Another one of my favorites are The king Mountain Indians Era. The Polaris Indian Gen are pretty looking bikes with advance engineering, which places today's Indian on top of the chart. Well done. I source and choose my bikes very carefully. It brings me pleasure to share my Indians with you, and to see them go into a new TLC home. Last photo on the roster shows the gallery and some of the Indians.
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