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So, What Do You Think? Is It The New 'springfield'


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look it has the vic-sprout motor in it. ;)

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look it has the vic-sprout motor in it. ;)

 

Well Mark really built one and I think it's one hell of a bike.

 

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Yeah....I've seen that image before. Some guy Photoshopped Dark Horse parts on a Scout. Looks pretty good though. I'm still thinking a hardbagged Vintage will be the next release but I'm up for surprises. :nod:

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I like it ! What size, I wonder, cubic inch wise. Is that a radiator in front?

 

Let's see............

Strip those fenders off...

Different forks...

High mounted drag pipes on the right side...

Different wheels...

Yep, it'd look like a Miler to me.

Call it the Springfield Miler, after the famous Springfield Mile. Lot of records set there.

 

One of these days, the Number 1 plate will be on an Indian again.......I hope.. :grin:

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I recommended they come out with a commemorative bike that was all black with 24K gold accents and pin striping with a super charger adding at least 51 horses to the motor and call it the WARPATH! Limit the production to 917 in 1917.

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I think it would be cooler if they stuck with the Thunder Stroke engine.

Wouldn't that just be a Chief...

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Well Mark really built one and I think it's one hell of a bike.

 

vp4556485_1.jpg

yep he did and yes it is a nice looking bike... just not my preference.

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