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Indian Motorcycle Introduces 2013 Chief Vintage Limited Edition

Credit Jim Gallop

Indian Motorcycle is proud to debut for 2013 the elegant and powerful Chief Vintage Limited Edition. Featuring a pearl white and thunder black two-tone paint scheme, this bike is sure to turn heads on the open road. The LE also features stylish chrome accents, including chrome highway pegs and a chrome arrow-style shift rod that add a custom touch to this already ...

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Indian Sport Scout 750cc: 1934-1942

Subject David Anderson's Indian Collection 11.13.2011.No Usage Rights Of Any Kind Granted Without Written Authorization from John R. Boehm

Undoubtedly the most famous Indian Scout is the motorcycle belonging to New Zealander Burt Munro, of the movie, The World’s Fastest Indian. He bought it in 1920, one of the original Scouts – which were said to have a top speed of around 55 mph – and fiddled with it for the next 40-plus years, making numerous runs at the ...

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2012 Indian Motorcycle – First Look Review

Indian Chief Dark Horse

The first Indian motorcycles were built in 1901, and bikes were sold to the public in 1902, making it one of America’s oldest motorcycle brands. Indian Motorcycle was once the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer, and claims many firsts: production V-twin, fully adjustable front suspension, electric starters and lights, swingarm rear suspension and twist grip hand controls. The company was bought ...

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