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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

An 'intoxicating' special edition of Chief Vintage

Indian Motorcycle has teamed up with Jack Daniel Distillery to produce a special edition motorcycle for collectors named '2016 Indian Chief Vintage Jack Daniel's Limited Edition' and was shown to the public between January 23 and 31 at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Collector Car Auction.

The cooperation of the United States iconic brands will share a mutual commitment to freedom, originality and and American style skills that has lasted more than a century.
2016 Indian Chief Vintage Jack Daniel's Limited Edition. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JTcBiZ)
This collaboration also marks the celebration of 150th anniversary of the American liquor factory, Jack Daniel's that was established in 1866.

"This is a perfect motorcycle combination of American classic brands, which will look greats, this collector's edition masterpiece describes our wisdom word as - Bottles and Throttles Don't Mix - in order to remind us all that drinking and driving should be enjoyed in the different occasions," said Dave Stang, Jack Daniel's director of events and sponsorships.

Here are several pictures of 2016 Indian Chief Vintage Jack Daniel's Limited Edition. (All pictures taken from: http://bit.ly/23CAGks)


Indian Motorcycle Chief Vintage Jack Daniel's Limited Edition will be made in limited quantities, and the iconic Indian Chief Vintage platform that has a lot of the original and custom accessories of Indian Motorcycle, including saddle bags, leather upholstery, badges, logos and also Jack Daniel's typical colors.
2016 Indian Chief Vintage Jack Daniel's Limited Edition fender decorated with the names of seven distillation masters who involved in the making process of Jack Daniel in over 150-year of their history. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JTcBiZ)
Fender was also to be affixed the names of seven distillation masters who involved in the making process of Jack Daniel in over 150-year of their history. And the final customization work will be undertaken and completed by Brian Klock of Klock Werks.
The production schedule and booking details will be released when the Daytona Bike Week event held. And for the reservations of outside the United States appears to be limited. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AUTOEVOLUTION]
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