1950 Indian Chief Roadmaster
Factory Original with matching numbers
I originally found this motorcycle back in early 1990 in Northern California where I purchased it from the second owner. I worked with Wilson Plank (American Indian Specialists of Fullerton, California) on the restoration and have ridden the bike over 16,000 miles since it was restored mainly on organized motorcycle runs with different chapters of the AMCA. (Antique Motorcycle Club of America). The bike has been very reliable and has had the engine restored in 2000 by Johnny Eagles of Orange, California. The bike has been garaged since 2010 when it was last registered in California. It has a Clean California Title.
33,320 Miles on Odometer, but it’s probably only 16,000 Actual Miles as the Speedo Tracks at a 2:1 Ratio due to its internal gearing
Black and White Paint in good condition. (Bike is painted like an old Police Bike). Bike frame is powder coated in White Paint. Some small imperfections from age and riding.
All in good condition with no visible damage
All in good condition with lots of chrome throughout bike.
Good Running Machine with an 80 inch 3 Speed Engine which was rebuilt by Johnny Eagles (Orange, CA).
Wheels & Tires
Avon MKII 5.0 x 16 Tires in good condition. Rims are 16” and chrome plated
Clean California Title with current Ca registration
Valuation Resource Guide
NADA value guide suggests a value of $28,275 to $40,185
Front Windshield with Leather Jiffy Bag Leather Solo and Double Seat with Chrome Grab Rails Leather Saddlebags ;
Chrome Rear Rack; Chrome Front & Rear Safety Bars