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Well, hell, Mo.

 

I just posted another thread asking about the big day.

 

DID. YOU. TAKE. PICTURES?

 

If so...

 

Post 'em, dammit!

 

-Doc

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This new motor has the old style primary. A very early Indian KM prototype.

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Hannigans is working on the prototype for Indian, and they'll be receiving a new Chief from the factory to start chopping away.

Excellent workmanship.

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Love that color...

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I rode this one for about 20 miles. Smooooth as silk.

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Love this red on red...

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Love that color...

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I rode this one for about 20 miles. Smooooth as silk.

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Love this red on red...

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I wanted to be there, I almost just came down without the bike. I will get there soon. My inlaws live in draffenville. OFG

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This is a Hannigan sidecar that they'll be producing for Indian, This one is hooked to a BMW, but with the Indian brackets, it'll mount to a new Indian. They also have the finished brackets for the Gilroy Indians, and will be on the market soon.

This hack is top quality, seeing is believing. All work is in-house except powder coat and chrome.

 

Hannigan

 

He's going to send me pics of one mounted to a Gilroy Vintage. I'll post them as soon as I receive them.

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I wonder what wheels he used on the trike, American Wire Wheels? They would look good on my Chief

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I rode this one for about 20 miles. Smooooth as silk.

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Pretty amazing, hunh?

 

The handling is what blew me away. It's just that it feels so much, well, smaller, and more nimble than my Gilroy.

 

 

 

I'm not a trike kinda guy... but the workmanship on that one looks slick as hell. I think that may be the same prototype that was in the Youtube spy video.

 

-Doc

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OFG, when you get down here, let me know. Some nice roads here. Moe should have his back together next week. I hear Land between the Lakes is some neat riding.

 

They had a great turnout, lots of HD guys doing some drooling.:):D

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This new motor has the old style primary. A very early Indian KM prototype.

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Hannigans is working on the prototype for Indian, and they'll be receiving a new Chief from the factory to start chopping away.

Excellent workmanship.

 

 

 

Now,,, Where have I see something like that?....Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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Hey Doc, the handling is awesome, like you're on a 400 pound bike, and I see what you mean. Handlebars are just right, brakes are awesome. Love that EFI too.

Sure like the red on red one.

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Now,,, Where have I see something like that?....Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Chiefin, they changed the shape of the rear fender, orders from KM.

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Chiefin, they changed the shape of the rear fender, orders from KM.

 

 

Ug lee rear fenders,,,,,,,,,

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I wonder what wheels he used on the trike, American Wire Wheels? They would look good on my Chief

 

 

 

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I wonder what wheels he used on the trike, American Wire Wheels? They would look good on my Chief

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Now,,, Where have I see something like that?....Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

 

Back in 2002/2003 Branscombe Richmond was selling Indian Trike conversions.

Corona Indian had several.

 

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Now,,, Where have I see something like that?....Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

 

All over the damn place.

 

They were doin' that back in 99-2000, even before Branscombe did those PP trikes.

 

Here's one:

 

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Yuck.

 

 

 

I gotta say, I really like the shape of the new KM trike fenders. Reminds me of the wheel pants on the 40's cars.

 

-Doc

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"I" (and only me I bet) would like to see them make an Indian into one of these trikesidecar things

 

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"I" (and only me I bet) would like to see them make an Indian into one of these trikesidecar things

 

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you would look good in that sidecar, it would take an hour to get your long ass out of it. :P

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Yes, this is nice bike and I remember (when I was in Paducah) the handling is just great !

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