This past December, Indian Motorcycle announced the 2013 Indian Chief Vintage Final Edition. Featuring a paint scheme meant to recall the iconic Indian Chief on display at the 1939 World's Fair in New York, the fully-accessorized (and collectible) Chief Vintage Final Edition will be manufactured in extremely limited quantities and signals the end of the Kings Mountain era for Indian.
Befitting its limited designation, the Chief Final Edition will be decked out with the World's Fair-inspired paint scheme of Indian Red, Thunder Black, and Gold Pinstripe, auxiliary driving lamps, leather solo seat with detachable passenger seat, windshield, leather saddlebags, chrome grab rail, engine guards and more. Powered by the PowerPlus 105ci engine, this new model will also boast a numbered emblem on the frame to commemorate the brand's historic achievements.
The Chief Vintage Final Edition will be offered only in North America with a MSRP of $37,599 ($39,599 in Canada). If you have even the slightest interest in this model, we'd recommend contacting your local Indian dealer as soon as possible. There aren't too many to go around.