The Indian Chief Vintage for 2003 reintroduces a style the brand was known for in the ’30s and ’40s, with the speed and drive for today’s cruiser. This five-speed machine sits on 130/90-16 whitewall tires mounted on 60-spoke chrome wheels and sports die-cast aluminum fender tips in the front and rear, as well as a hand-selected, full-grain leather seat and saddlebags. It’s a cool ride for $24,995.
BABY, LET’S CRUISE
With a full-height windshield, highway lights, passenger floorboards, back handlebars, and a five-speed transmission, the Victory Touring Cruiser is set for serious roadwork. In a variety of head-turning, solid, two-toned colors, this Cruiser’s accessories provide comfort, convenience, and chrome. It tours for $14,999.
Harley-Davidson not only looks good for 100, it rides better than ever. And the 2003 VRSCA V-
Rod represents the new line of performance vehicles for the next centennial. For 2003, the V-Rod offers two celebratory options: a raw anodized aluminum and a two-toned sterling silver and vivid black paint combo, with a new security system that is now standard on this model. It revs for $17,995.