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2009 Indian Chief Vintage on 2040-motos

$17,495
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:10154 ColorColor: Two-tone Indian Red/Black
Location:

Livonia, Michigan

Livonia, MI
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2009 Indian Chief Vintage, . - The new Indian Chief motorcycles are both true to the legacy of the Indian brand and representative of the highest level of engineering expertise. Indian aficionados everywhere will be pleased with these superior motorcycles which effectively blend timeless Indian design with contemporary motorcycle performance.

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