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1947 Indian Chief on 2040-motos

US $27,000.00
YearYear:1947 MileageMileage:10 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Beverly, Massachusetts, United States

Beverly, Massachusetts, United States

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1947 Indian Chief

Description

1947 Indian Chief in restored condition from the twin chrome spotlights to the rear fender light. This Indian Chief has undergone a full high end restoration.

This matching numbers Indian Chief is finished in a deep black paint and features an 80 cubic inch V-twin motor mated to a 4 speed transmission.

This is an exceptional value on a fully restored highly collectable Indian motorcycle.

Methods of Payment

  • - Cash In Person

  • - Bank Wire Transfer

About

Legendary Motors LLC is owned and operated by individuals who have a passion for cars. We love and drive collector, class antique and muscle cars. Not only do we share the passion our customers have we have extended knowledge of both cars and the industry. We are experts that have been able to obtain valuable connections nationally and internationally.

Legendary's main objective is to provide discerning customers with prime examples of great automobile design, performance and appeal. Whether you desire a pebble beach quality vehicle, a weekend show vehicle or a just a car to cruise in, we can help you obtain your dream car and still respect your budget.

Our goal and promise is to create an environment where we always take the time to interact with our customer to better understand their needs and expectation when purchasing, selling or consigning a vehicle. Your Legendary experience will be one of the finest!

Legendary Motors doesn't sell "used cars" we sell the experience of owning the car you have been dreaming about.

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