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  • 2014 Indian Chief2014 Indian Chief (2014)
    For sale we have an inaugural, numbered (1028) bike from the first 1901 off of the new Polaris Indian engine design line.  It has the fuel injected Thunderstroke 111 Powerplant with a smooth 6 speed transmission, cruise control, keyless ignition and potent front and rear disc brakes as part of the ABS.  If you know your Indian history, the bike was designed to look very similar to the ’46-’53 flathead Indian Chiefs of the Springfield era with all the modern technology.  It’s in Springfield Blue and has about every possible accessory and engine option you can have.  It has just over 7,000 miles and can rock along at 70+ MPH all day long comfortably.  I am the original owner and here is a list of the additions that have been put on the bike since I have owned it:   -          All new 2015/16 leather since the original 2014 leather faded (includes fringed driver seat, passenger seat, fringed saddlebags, tank panel, front and rear fringed mudflaps, removable driver backrest and removable passenger backrest) -          Stage 2 Performance Cams.  When used in conjunction with the Indian Motorcycle Stage 1 Exhaust and High Flow Air Cleaner, these 50-state emission-compliant cams unleash over 13% more horsepower and over 7% more torque than a stock engine. -          Stage 1 Exhaust and fishtail muffler tips -          High Flow Air Cleaner -          Front and rear fender rails -          Seat rail -          Luggage rack -          Highway pegs -          Kuryakyn chrome rear taillight trim -          Kuryakyn chrome oil cooler cover -          Kuryakyn driver footboards, shifter pedal, brake pedal  (also includes the passenger footboards I never mounted on my solo setup) -          Chrome inserts to replace passenger pegs (since I had a solo setup) -          2 years remaining on the Polaris Total Protection extended warranty that is transferrable to the new owner.  It’s good to 11/02/18.   It also comes with the stock footboards, shifter rubber, brake pedal, passenger pegs, mufflers and air cleaner.  In addition, I will throw in an Indian bike cover and a slightly used XXL Indian Mesh jacket and rain suit if you’re interested.
    2016-10-23 04:44:06
    Glen Ellyn, Illinois, United States
    7
  • 1953 Indian Chief1953 Indian Chief (1953)
    1953 Indian Chief, 80ci motor runs strong. Price reflects non- matching frame. Bike starts and rides as it should, no issues, ready to go.
    2016-10-15 04:43:22
    Dayton, Ohio, United States
    50
    24,900.00
  • 2014 Indian Chief2014 Indian Chief (2014)
    Selling my 2014 Indian Chief Vintage with 4,090 miles.  This beautiful motorcycle is a joy to ride, and incredibly smooth.  I recently installed V&H mufflers for a little more "throaty" sound.  The photos should say everything about the bike.
    2016-10-11 04:47:08
    Dravosburg, Pennsylvania, United States
    4
    17,000.00
  • 2014 Indian Chief2014 Indian Chief (2014)
    You're looking at a 2014 Indian Chief Vintage in a super rare Springfield Blue color. Only produced for 2014 - Indian's comeback year. Bike has less than 10,000 miles on it, and comes with the vintage, distressed leather bags, seat, passenger seat, backrest, mudflaps, fringe, floorboard fringe and windshield.
    2016-10-05 04:52:25
    Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
    9
  • 1939 Indian Chief1939 Indian Chief (1939)
    This is a beautifully restored bike that runs great.It has a rebuilt engine and transmission from a 1946 Indian and flanders bars and risers to match.The front wheel is 18 inches and the rear is 16 inches.Both are chrome plated and have cadmium plated spokes.The black parts are powder coated and the pin striping is gold to match the indian head insignia.Please call us at 559-237-0918 to arrange shipping or for any questions.
    2016-08-09 04:58:46
    Fresno, California, United States
    0
  • 2014 Indian Chief2014 Indian Chief (2014)
    SALES MANAGER (623) 334-3434 8546 West Ludlow • Suite 100 Peoria Arizona 85381     2014 Indian Chief Vehicle Information Year: 2014 Make: Indian Model: Chief Condition: Used   Description To assure the best customer service and Internet pricing, make sure to ask for Web Sales Manager! Been turned down at another dealer? Have a few "hiccups" on your credit report?
    2016-08-01 05:00:33
    Peoria, Arizona, United States
    7
    15,791.00
  • 1952 Indian Chief1952 Indian Chief (1952)
    1952 Indian Chief - Blackhawk - Roadmaster - 80 Chief This was Bob’s personal 1952 "80" Indian Chief.  It was restored around 1980, has matching numbers CS6080, it's an early 1952, the first one off the assembly line was CS6001.  This was restored very close to original, but there were some things dad wanted that weren't original, there's some extra chrome and it's not Indian's Seafoam Blue, it is Ford's Grabber Blue.  Now for a little Indian history.  When Indian was still in business, even if you were a dealer, if your parts order wasn't over a certain amount, instead of the order going directly to the factory it went to your closest distributor.  There was one in California, one in Chicago and one in Philadelphia.  Bob, in 1959 or 1960, bought all the old Indian parts, 1953 and earlier, from the Philadelphia East Coast Dealer Distributor, Gene Shillingford and Sons.  At that time it was around 50 tons of NOS Indian parts, that's where a lot of the New Old Stock parts came from that we used on this motorcycle.     Some of the other NOS parts, like the two fenders, chainguard and gastanks came from the person that purchased all of the parts from the Chicago distributor.  The other NOS parts used on this bike that I know of for sure are: Handlebars Handle Grips Shift Lever Luggage Rack Speedo BSC Ignition Switch Dash Light Stoplight Switch Kicker Lever Dimmer Switch Headlight Horn Bracket Front Brake Lever Rear Defender Bumper And of course the two Fenders, Chainguard and Gastanks mentioned above Below are the original Indian parts that were used that weren't NOS but I know dad chose the closest thing to it: Dash Panel Linkert M352 Carb Petcocks Front Fender Tip Rear Bumper Generator, Band and Bracket All Engine Cases Cylinders Heads Transmission Case & Tower Rods Flywheels Horn Rear Safety Bars Brake Drums Brake Panels Wheel Hubs Original Headbolts with the Raised Letter "N" on them Primary Covers-Inner and Outer Fork Top Covers Front Fork Assemblies Rear Shock Assemblies Roadmaster Emblem on Fork Shield Aztec Indian Emblem on Fork Shield Spotlight Brackets Seat T Seatpost Assembly Chummy Seat Helper Spring Assembly Chummy Seat Spring Bracket and U Bolts (attached to motorcycle) Chummy Seat Pan Five Piece Seat Rail Assembly There's definitely more, this is what I know of for sure.  It's been quite a long time since we restored this one. The main reproduction parts that were used on this motorcycle are rubber parts and decals.  It also comes with a white Indian Chummy Seat, the special ordered earlier type seat pan, just like this bike came with the seatpost and seat bracket, rather than the normal bench type chummy seat that was standard.  52 and 53 Chiefs could be ordered with a solo seat or the earlier style chummy seat and they normally came with right hand throttle and left hand shift.  This one was ordered with the left hand throttle, right hand shift.  Right now the bike has 24,330 miles on it since the restoration.  20 of those I just put on in the last couple weeks and there's probably going to be a few more until it gets purchased!  I know there was at least one top end job done on it so there isn't that many miles on the top end.  Everything works and runs good and it's a STRONG runner.  It does have a few little nicks and dings here and there in the paint, you can see some wear on certain parts like the saddle bag and seat.  Dad rode the bike, he used the bike, it was not a trailer queen, it was used the way it was intended to be used, it was rode.  So this isn't one of those "zero mile since restoration" motorcycles.  And as you can see it still looks very presentable. On July 24, I took this bike back to Springfield, Massachusetts for Indian Day.  I rode it up State Street to the factory for a few pics.
    2016-07-28 04:57:52
    Etters, Pennsylvania, United States
    24
    44,000.00
  • 2014 Indian Chief2014 Indian Chief (2014)
    LAMotorsports store  2014 Indian Chief Vintage One year color  Bike is like new and beautiful!  Only 6150 miles!   Indian's profilation of this bike The 2014 Indian® Chief® Vintage brings iconic Indian styling to a whole new level.   General information Model: Indian Chief Vintage Year: 2014 Category: Classic     Price as new (MSRP): US$ 20999.
    2016-07-21 04:57:57
    Summerville, South Carolina, United States
    6
    15,200.00
  • 2014 Indian Chief2014 Indian Chief (2014)
    SALES MANAGER (623) 334-3434 8546 West Ludlow • Suite 100 Peoria Arizona 85381     2014 Indian Chief Vehicle Information Year: 2014 Make: Indian Model: Chief Condition: Used   Description To assure the best customer service and Internet pricing, make sure to ask for Web Sales Manager! Been turned down at another dealer? Have a few "hiccups" on your credit report?
    2016-07-01 04:58:48
    Peoria, Arizona, United States
    7
    15,897.00
  • 2014 Indian Chieftain Springfield Blue 2014 Indian Chieftain Springfield Blue (2014)
    2014 Indian Chieftain Springfield Blue, 2014 Indian Chieftain Springfield Blue NEW LOOK. SAME SOUL. The 2014 Indian Chieftain is in touch with its past, but far ahead of its time.
    2013-12-20 22:39:32
    Maumee, OH
    0
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  • 2014 Indian Chief Vintage Springfield Blue 2014 Indian Chief Vintage Springfield Blue (2014)
    2014 Indian Chief Vintage Springfield Blue, 2014 Indian Chief Vintage Springfield Blue STYLE MEETS SWAGGER. The 2014 Indian Chief Vintage brings iconic Indian styling to a whole new level. STANDARD - YET SPECIAL FEATURES MAY INCLUDE: THUNDER STROKE 111 The new Thunder Stroke 111 engine delivers an incredible 119 ft-lbs of torque and features styling that pays tribute to legendary Indian Motorcycle engines of the past.
    2013-12-13 23:31:30
    Maumee, OH
    0
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  • 2014 Indian Chieftain Springfield Blue 2014 Indian Chieftain Springfield Blue (2014)
    2014 Indian Chieftain Springfield Blue, 2014 Indian Chieftain Springfield Blue NEW LOOK. SAME SOUL. The 2014 Indian Chieftain is in touch with its past, but far ahead of its time.
    2013-12-13 22:32:47
    Pompano Beach, FL
    0
    23,499.00
  • 2014 Indian Chief Classic Springfield Blue 2014 Indian Chief Classic Springfield Blue (2014)
    2014 Indian Chief Classic Springfield Blue, 2014 Indian Chief Classic Springfield Blue ALL YOU NEED. ALL YOU WANT. The 2014 Indian Chief Classic is everything an Indian Motorcycle was and ever should be.
    2013-12-13 22:30:19
    Maumee, OH
    0
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  • 2014 Indian Chief Classic Cruiser 2014 Indian Chief Classic Cruiser (2014)
    2014 Indian Chief Classic,
    2013-10-23 01:25:00
    Worcester, MA, US
    0
    19,799.00
  • 2014 Indian Chieftain Cruiser 2014 Indian Chieftain Cruiser (2014)
    2014 Indian Chieftain,
    2013-10-23 02:10:39
    Worcester, MA, US
    0
    23,899.00
  • 2014 Indian Chieftain Cruiser 2014 Indian Chieftain Cruiser (2014)
    2014 Indian Chieftain,
    2013-10-22 00:51:43
    Worcester, MA, US
    2
    23,899.00
  • 2014 Indian Chief Classic Cruiser 2014 Indian Chief Classic Cruiser (2014)
    2014 Indian Chief Classic, The 2014 Indian Chief Classic is everything an Indian Motorcycle was and ever should be. It s a sculpted, powerful cruiser, built with the purest necessities of Indian style, wrapped around the innovation of tomorrow.
    2013-10-23 01:25:00
    Worcester, MA, US
    8
    19,799.00

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Polaris Slingshot Production Begins

Fri, 10 Oct 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Polaris has begun full production of its new Slingshot three-wheeler at the company’s manufacturing facility in Spirit Lake, Iowa. 2015 Polaris Slingshot Review – First Ride/Drive + Video “We continue to introduce new, innovative products and technologies that create opportunities for growth here and around the world. Today, we are excited to celebrate the revolutionary 3-wheel, Polaris Slingshot into full production here in Spirit Lake,” says Bennett Morgan, President and Chief Operating Officer of Polaris.

Hero MotoCorp Trademarks 8 Models with USPTO

Fri, 03 Oct 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Hero MotoCorp is getting closer to launching its small-displacement motorcycles and scooters in America, recently filing trademarks for eight models with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. On Aug.

Matchless Making A Comeback With Model X, To Be Shown At EICMA

Tue, 09 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Legendary English marque, Matchless, is attempting to emulate another famous brand, Indian, by forming a comeback. After being purchased by the Malenotti family in 2012, the brand is now going through a revival. If you’re at all in tune with the fashion world, then the Matchless name might be familiar, as many A-list celebrities wear the Matchless-labeled clothing managed by Michele Malenotti.

Third Annual ‘The MEET’ at ACM

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.

NHTSA Launches Recall Look-up by VIN Tool

Fri, 22 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have launched a new free online tool that should make it easier for consumers to inspect their vehicles’ safety recall histories. The new search tool, available at http://www.safercar.gov/vinlookup, allows people to look for recall campaigns by entering Vehicle Identification Numbers.

“The Meet” Vintage Motorcycle Show This Saturday

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The stage is set for ”The Meet at ACM” motorcycle show this weekend in Tacoma, WA. While festivities will begin on Friday evening, America’s Car Museum (ACM) will host the third annual Vintage Motorcycle Festival on Saturday from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Organizers expect 450 vintage motorcycles and scooters from all over the nation to attend.

Indian Announces Removal of Brake Throttle Override

Sat, 02 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Today, Indian Motorcycle Product Director, Gary Gray, told us that, because of feedback from journalists and the riding public, effective immediately, the Brake Throttle Override (BTO) system developed to prevent unintended acceleration in its ride-by-wire throttle system will not be installed on any of the 2015 Indian models. Additionally, owners of a current Indian who wish to have the BTO disabled on their motorcycle can simply take it to an Indian dealer to have its ECU flashed with the new software. Although the BTO has been present on all Indian models since their release last year, we first noticed its effects on a group ride at the Roadmaster’s introduction.

Indian Teases A New Model Announcement

Fri, 01 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Indian Motorcycles is big on history. So, if recent history is applicable, we expect to see a new Indian model announced tomorrow at the 74th annual Sturgis Rally. The clues are everywhere.

Indian Unleashes Sturgis Event Schedule

Wed, 30 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Indian’s recently introduced Roadmaster may be stealing all of the headlines, but the motorcycle company isn’t stopping there. The Indian event schedule for 74th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is packed with events designed to capture the attention of Indian owners and possibly create some new Indian owners. As one would expect, Indian will have its entire model line available for the public to lust for and fondle at the Indian Motorcycle Display at 3rd and Lazelle.

Built For Speed Art Exhibit To Be Displayed At Sturgis Buffalo Chip

Wed, 23 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700

“Built for Speed – Race Inspired Motorcycles and Art” is the title of Michael Lichter’s 14th annual “Motorcycles as Art” exhibition in Sturgis this August, which for the second year in a row, will be jointly curated by Michael and Paul d’Orleans of the Vintagent. ‘Built for Speed’ is sure to impress visitors with a beautiful and thought-provoking display of motorcycles and related art, the race-inspired theme making connections between motorcycle racing and custom bike designs inspired by racers. Each custom bike in ‘Built for Speed’ reflects a branch of racing; Speedway, Flat Track, Drag Racing, Board Track,  Grand Prix, Land Speed Record, and will be displayed beside the racing machines suggesting the origins of each style.