2015 Indian Chieftain on 2040-motos
Indian Chieftain description
2015 Indian Chieftain with very low miles. MSRP on this bike for 2017 is $23999. Powered by the Thunder Stroke 111 cu in motor that puts out 119 ft lbs of torque, 6 speed transmission, ABS, cruise control, factory security, keyless ignition, internally wired handlebars, power windshield, power locks for the trunks, tire pressure monitor, chrome switch housings, chrome highway bar and chrome forks.
We are a full line Indian Motorcycle Dealer that can take of all your service needs. We also carry all Indian Motorcycle merchandise.
We also offer financing with low rates with approved credit and extended warranty can be purchased if wanted.
Our hours are Tues-Fri 10 to 7 and Sat 9 to 6. Come by and see us or check us out at fortworthindian.com
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Moto blogTue, 29 Jan 2013
Get the Flash Player to see this player. Filmed at the 2013 Progressive International Motorcycle Show in New York City, the “Indian Motorcycle Summit” press conference featured celebrity panelist Mike Wolfe and top executives from Indian Motorcycle including Steve Menneto, Gary Gray and designer Michael Song. Moderated by Robert Pandya, panelists discussed everything from Mike’s favorite picks to the company’s exciting plans for the upcoming launch of the all-new Indian Motorcycle – one of the most anticipated and historic events in motorcycling history.Tue, 09 Mar 2010
SEE THE MACHINE that could propel Britain to a new motorcycle land speed world record at The Race Retro 2010 show, held at Stoneleigh Park, Coventry from 12th to 14th March. Almost a year has passed since Visordown broke the news of the planned UK assault on the land speed record - this coming August the Angelic Bulldog team travels to Bonneville, where it is hoping to smash the 400mph barrier and bring the motorcycle Land Speed Record back to the UK for the first time since 1937. The current record stands at 360.913mph over a kilometre.Tue, 14 Jan 2014
On March 8, four rare Indian motorcycles, some of which date back over a century, will be up for auction at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. Now in its 16th year, the single-day sale includes a stunning roster of more than 80 investment-quality vehicles including a stellar group of early Indian motorcycles. The oldest of the collection is a 1909 Indian 5HP Light Twin. This model is significant as it marks Indian’s departure from using modified bicycle frames to incorporating loop frames, previously only seen on the company’s racing motorcycles. A new, streamlined torpedo-type gas tank was fitted between the upper and lower tank rails, and oil was carried in a large capacity half-gallon tank that was fixed to the frame beneath the seat.
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