After three months of attempted deal-making to get the highest price for the defunct company's assets to help repay its massive debt, it seems that the firm responsible for the asset sale has given up hope of selling the Indian name and trademarks as a package to someone who plans to restart production. Or at least it seems unlikely that anyopne will resume production of the motorcycles that the company was building when it shut its doors in October. A month or so ago, there was prediction and expectations that the company would be kept intact and that the recent models would return to production. Selling the trademarks separately also means that production is unlikely to resume at the present factory, located in Gilroy, California. Without an eleventh-hour deal, the company will be auctioned off piecemeal on January 21.