Price: $14 750 ≈ €13548 ≈ £11615
Item location: Bartonsville, Pennsylvania, US
Seller notes: “Excellent original condition”
LOADED WITH GENUINE INDIAN MOTORCYCLE VINTAGE OPTIONS
2010 INDIAN DARK HORSE IN DARK WATER BLUE GLOSS
ONE OF LESS THAN 100 DARK HORSES PRODUCED
ONLY 1 KNOWN TO EXIST IN GLOSS DARK WATER BLUE
CUSTOM FACTORY POWDER COATED WHEELS WITH STAINLESS SPOKES
FACTORY POWDER COATED SPROCKET AND ACCESSORIES
ALL RARE GENUINE INDIAN MOTORCYCLE ACCESSORIES. OVER $35,000. WHEN NEW!!!
Spectacular Condition Factory Original Indian Dark Water Blue Gloss Paint with Multi Color Indian Head Gas Tank Emblems Having just under 1500 miles and being garage kept and meticulously serviced, this bike is as near to new as you will find a used bike. It has never seen rain, snow or salted roads. It is washed and waxed regularly using Griot's Garage products and F11 exclusively. It has had all recalls performed and just had all the fluids changed for immediate riding. A few other upgrades included:
- Stage 1 upgrade with Samson True Dual Exhaust.
- Factory Indian Motorcycle tall Quick Detach Windshield.
- Original Indian Motorcycle Leather 2-Up Seat With, Passenger Pillion and quick-
detach Black Leather and Black Powder Coat Backrest and Luggage Rack.
- Excellent front and rear tires.
- Factory Indian Motorcycle Black Powder Coat Front and Rear Engine Guards.
- Vintage Chrome Horn Cover.
- Indian Motorcycle Black Leather Vintage Saddlebags.
- Glass Indian Head Light with Black Cover on the Front Fender.
- Rare Black Rear Sprocket.
- Extremely Rare Genuine Indian Motorcycle Black Passenger Folding Foot Pads.
- Factory Indian Motorcycle Custom Multi Color Tank Emblems.
- New Battery 2022
As you can see, the bike is fully loaded with every Indian Motorcycle Option and then some. The original price was over $35,000. As long as you don't mind having your bike's photo taken often, getting thumbs up whenever you ride, and drawing a crowd wherever you park, this bike is for you. It's extremely comfortable, handles well, and gets good gas mileage. The bike is in better than new condition and maintenance service has all been done for the new owner to just get on and ride. Call to make an appointment to see the bike or if you have additional questions. The photos do not do this beautiful bike justice. If you are a serious buyer and can make the trip I am certain you will be taking this bike home; your trip won't be a waste of time. Not to be confused with the mass produced Polaris Indians, this is one of the approximately 1100 Kings Mountain Indian Motorcycles that were all USA hand assembled making it even rarer than the ultra hi dollar Indian fours of the 1920s and 1930s. There are very few modern motorcycles that, carefully ridden and maintained, will likely be worth more in 10 years than they are today. This bike, given its high quality and rare production, is likely one of those few.
Note: What appears to be bullet holes on the rear fenders is actually static cling vinyl positioned to protect the paint from the saddle bag mounts. They can easily be removed if you don't like them.