Until recently I owned a 2000 Millennium Edition Indian Chief. She was number 76 of only 250 made. Since mechanically she was in top shape, I basically focused on the aesthetics. I love the classic style of the Indians and this bike is no exception. The leather fringe on the seat and bags is very hard to match. It is rough-out on the back side and a putty-gray on the finished side. I considered dying it all one color but discarded that idea as I wanted to keep the original look. My problem is that I like the handlebar tassels and black just didn't cut it. I also had my black tool bag and handlebar bag from my previous bike, and I wanted them to match.
When I retired I opened an account that became my "Camper Hobby Fund".
I thought rehabbing an old camper would be fun, so ...
1962 Tepee - 14 ft