1946 Indian Chief on 2040-motos
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1946 Indian Chief Roadmaster. The absolute finest in the country. This is the best restored Indian Chief period. This museum piece is all original sheetmetal all original matching number engine and all original frame. The pieces on this bike are very, very rare and all refurbished like brand new. Very rare color as well, try and find another. The bike comes with a custom built trailer made just for this bike. This is the ultimate investment grade blue chip motorcycle. Scoring 99 out of 100 at The Antique motorcycle meet the first time out. Of course the 1 point deduction has been corrected. I can't stress enough the quality of this meticulous restoration with only 89 test miles, flawless in every way.
Please do not hesitate to contact me for further details and more pictures : email@example.com The Price Is: $27,000
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Moto blogTue, 28 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
In 1914 the city of Dodge City, Kansas held a motorcycle race, the Dodge City 300, attracting over 17,000 spectators. By 1921 there were more than 20,000. The race was held on a two-mile dirt oval and was sanctioned by the FAM (Federation of American Motorcyclists).Mon, 14 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Indian website Powerdrift has uncovered photographs of what it claims to be a Bajaj Pulsar 375, a faired sportbike based on the KTM 390 Duke. A Bajaj-branded version of the 390 Duke should be no surprise. The Indian company, after all, owns a 47% stake in Austrian-based KTM, and it released its own version of the 200 Duke in the 2012 Bajaj Pulsar 200NS.Tue, 26 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700
More than 2,000 attendees visited America’s Car Museum for its 3rd annual Vintage Motorcycle Festival ‘The MEET’ last weekend in Tacoma, Washington, where over 300 motorcycles and scooters were showcased on the Haub Family Field at LeMay. The event drew pre-1981 motorcycles and scooters from the U.S. and Canada, including an antique motorcycle display, swap meet, cruise-in and a 78-mile roundtrip tour from ACM’s Anderson Plaza to Mt. Rainier.
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