2000 Indian Chief, 7k miles, One Owner, Near Perfect!

$15,800

Harry's Thoughts

This is a very nice example that is sure to help make its new caretaker many happy memories!

THE ESSENTIALS

This was bought as a birthday present from Indian Motorcycles of Long Beach in July of 2000.  It has been part of our collection every since.  This is completely stock and has factory upgrades including the Indian windshield, saddlebags, crash bars, backrest, raised floorboards, etc., etc.  It has always been serviced by the dealer (Indian Motorcycles of Corona) or Harley specialists and has recently received its first new set of tires, both front and rear.

I just completed my weekend ride covering about 160 miles so it now has a total of 7,370 miles.  The photos you see are without a detailing and after my ride.  The bike has never left Southern California, has never been laid down and has never been damaged in any way.

The price when new was about $27,000.  We have all the receipts, owner’s manuals and the original sales invoice from Indian Motorcycles of Long Beach.

Indian motorcycless are absolute crowd pleasers.  It looks similar to a 1940’s Chief but has the S&S high performance engine and reliability and relatively modern technology.  It is fast and dependable- a joy to own!  The original exhaust was modified to be the first level up for noise, so it has a nice rich sound for safety and enjoyment without being very loud.

I don’t think you will often find such a nice example of a low mileage, flawlessly maintained Indian Chief.  This is a great opportunity to own a fabulous motorcycle.

2000 Indian Chief, 7k miles, One Owner, Near Perfect!

$15,800

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2000 Indian Chief, 7k miles, One Owner, Near Perfect!
2000 Indian Chief, 7k miles, One Owner, Near Perfect!

$15,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 15

Indian

Interesting Fact: Indian Motorcycle has produced American motorcycles since 1901 and lasted until 1953. The company was founded by George M. Hendee in Springfield. Their independent operations ended in 1953, but the company existed as a brand for longer.   Their motorcycles were extremely popular and powerful, with the Indian Motorcycle factory team taking the…
Interesting Fact: Indian Motorcycle has produced American motorcycles since 1901 and lasted until 1953. The company was founded by George M. Hendee in Springfield. Their independent operations ended in 1953, but the company existed as a brand for longer.   Their motorcycles were extremely popular and powerful, with the Indian Motorcycle factory team taking the first three places in the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy in 1911. It was also during this period that the company became the largest manufacturer of motorcycles in the world. The first motorcycle introduced by the company was a six-cylinder engine that proved to be successful.   The motorcycles produced by Indian Motorcycle were used extensively during World War I and II, and sales continued for years. However, in the early 2000s, the brand was relaunched and soon acquired by Polaris Industries. This motorcycle firm is one of the longest-lasting and most reputable brands in the business!  

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