This Indian Chief was restored in 1998 by Steve Johnston, a mainstay in the Indian motorcycle restoration community on the east coast for many years. It has received an AMCA Senior in 2000 at the Jefferson meet and has had multiple Winners Circle appearances since. This fine ride has settled in with 9,400 miles post restoration. Many of these miles were accumulated riding to AMCA events. The bike has a few road scuffs which would need attention if presented for another judging. (The scuffs are being attended to and should be non-existent by the middle of January). The judging sheets and trophies will accompany the bike to the new owner. The motorcycle is correctly appointed with accessories of the day.
9,500 mile post restoration.
Paint has a few road and transport scratches as shown. (The current owner is having these corrected as of Christmas). Paint was applied with correct color during restoration. Original paint chips and samples were used to formulate the new paint. It was correctly prepped and applied by a professional shop.
Sheet metal is all original and in great shape, great fit.
Chrome is bright and shiny.
This motorcycle is in excellent mechanical condition. The engine and drive train was built by Ken Crouse with correct Indian 80” parts. The motorcycle has 9,500 break-in miles and functions as designed.
Wheels & Tires
Rims are chromed with cadmium spokes.
Front Tire is Avon 500 X 16 with good tread and available life.
Rear Tire is Avon 500 X 16 with good tread and life available.
Clean, Clear, Michigan Title with current registration
Engine # C-2462 Indicates second build series with numbering change
Frame # 350 2462
Belly # None
Valuation Resource Guide
This motorcycle would rate as a 1-. Current suggested value of $41,885.
AMCA judging records and trophies.