It's doomed, however. Their cheapest model is something like $25K if I remember correctly. It doesn't take a degree in Business to know that dog isn't going to hunt in this economy.
Original Indians (and Harleys of the time) were just motorcycles- not "cruisers". Fun to ride, too. Once set up, not too big of a deal- especially if you're used to a Bullet.The best imitation Indian I've seen is the Kawasaki Drifter. Just putting scrpt on a tank doesn't make it so, IMO.
Br. Mike (and Stumpy) that was a priceless post!!!
The new Indians seem far more retro than any of the new Harleys, and they are looking for a small, high quality, niche market, which I do hope they will find. Very pleasant to look at these fine bikes.
I wonder if the Indian quality is on pare with REM?