Indian Motorcycles for sale in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Introducing LIMITED EDITION, 2003 Indian Chief with extremely low milage in Great condition. Very Rare opportunity to own such a rare Motorcycle and a True Piece of History with Actual milage and a Clear Title without any problems. Please call me for any questions regards this Magnificent Bike. Truly One of a Kind and this is always Garaged even Now. Motorcycle located in Pennsylvania, Warminter. Call or message if you want to see it in person. Title is under dealer name, and Transaction will be finalized at that dealer, which is located in Morrisville, PA (about 25 min. drive from where the bike is). Obviously dealership will issue a Bill of Sale under the buyer and if you PA Resident you will have to pay PA Sales Tax (according to where you licensed at, ZIP). $500 Deposit is required within 48 hours after purchasing via Pay-Pal the rest of the Balance must be paid in Cash or Certified Funds. Happy Bidding on this Truly Rare Piece that are Very Rare to see on the road, not to Mention Hearing it. Sounds like a true American Motorcycle should (Personally like the Harley sound too... well American Bike Period!). I am the owner who is listing it and it is in my Garage call or text, E-Mail Prefer if you want to come see it or for just questions. My phone number 267-987-3672 and ask for Michael THANK YOU. This Bike can be used for everyday use or stored as a Collectors item or Both. The price is very low and someone will have a super deal, perfect for earlier Spring. ENJOY !!!
2012 Kawasaki Krf 750, I just performed a complete service, which included the following: changing oil and filter with Lucas semi-synthetic, changing front and rear diff oil, checked belt, flushed radiator and replaced coolant with Engine Ice, cleaned air filter, installed brand new winch cable, and replaced battery with a Gel battery. $2,021.00
Category Bobber Motorcycles
Posted Over 1 Month
Hi there! I have decided to sell my 1982 custom honda 750 cc bobber after enjoying it for a long time, now I need a 2 seater :)The bike was purchased by me from a bike shop in Texas originally. The bike was customized to look like an INDIAN motorcycle but it is NOT an INDIAN, this is in fact a honda 750cc bike. The bike is loud, rides string and turns head everywhere. If you are a fan of bobbers and want a great bike that has been maintained well and looks great for an 82, this is it. If you have any questions please send me a message. Have a great day. Thanks for looking. -Mike
Trim honda 750cc