1948 Indian Chief on 2040-motos
Indian Chief description
If you are looking for a great driver Indian bid on this bike. I bought this bike locally from the Nephew of the dealer that sold it new. I have owned it for 30 years and drove it in parades. In its life it has been all over the country and has a very interesting past. It is running and shifts nice in all gears. I have only put 600 miles on it in the last 20 years so it is time for someone else to enjoy it. Call with questions 712 269 1047 after 4:00 central standard. It is not restored it was freshened before I bought it. There are imperfections in the paint and wear and tear. The chain guard needs repaired from the kick starter and there is a small dent in the top of the tank. Very presentable but not perfect.
I do not have to sell it so the reserve is firm. Others have sold for more and Mecum thought I could get that in Kansas City.
On May-02-16 at 15:13:05 PDT, seller added the following information:
serial number 3485884 the motor is a late 47 motor which was not uncommon Thanks to ALL that know more than I do.
On May-06-16 at 20:16:30 PDT, seller added the following information:
Included pictures of the original chummy seat with brackets and windshield with bar and brackets. Windshield is cracked. I have the bike for sale locally so if it sells I will have to remove it from auction.
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Moto blogThu, 08 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800
The long-awaited introduction of the all-new 2009 Indian Chief motorcycle has finally arrived. After almost five years of, product development, testing, speculation and dealer development, Indian Motorcycle has announced that the first shipment of 2009 Indian Chiefs has been shipped to seven dealerships across the nation. For 2009, Indian will offer four distinct Chief models, including the Chief Standard, Chief Deluxe, Chief Roadmaster and Chief Vintage with base prices ranging from $30,999 to $35,499 respectively.Fri, 19 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Saturday, August third is your chance to own a legend – that is if you have a spare $75,000-$125,000 laying around. That’s the price range Steve McQueen’s 1946 Indian Chief is expected to fetch during Auctions America‘s first ever SoCal event, in Burbank, CA. Documented by the McQueen Certificate of Authenticity that the bike was acquired after the actor’s death at the estate auction held in Las Vegas in 1984, the Chief was fully restored in the early 1990s.Fri, 03 Oct 2014 00:00:00 -0700
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