Indian Chief 1200 in Movies
Indian c'est écrit sur le réservoir This is a 1917-23 Indian Powerplus 7hp
It's not an Indian Powerplus, but a 1927 Indian Chief
The closer one is an Indian, the other one is a Harley-Davidson.
Indian Chief 1932-1939
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed & Fabulous
Is that all we see of it? Sandy Bullock rocking out with her Glock out! The bike is an Indian made in Gilroy, CA one of the newish 1990s ones.
Can't see if it has the '02-'05 (at the time of filming) dash, but I do know it is an Indian Chief:
Indian Chief - 1946 or later. http://motorbike-search-engine.co.uk/classic_bikes/indian-classic-motorcycles.php
Indian Chief, not sure of the year yet.
Most likely a Chief from 1926. The round decal on the fuel tank indicates that it is possibly sold by the Dutch Indian import company R.S Stokvis & Zonen in Rotterdam. See: http://pelders.vdn.nu/asp/artikel_detail.asp?pid=289 item 0167.
Tingenes tilstand EP: 1.02
1929 Indian 101 Scout
Not an Indian Scout, but an Indian Chief as built from 1922 to 1924
Man with a Movie Camera
The camera bike - he winds the camera and drives at the same time in a long sequence
Indian Chief. Could be anywhere from around 1923 to 1927. 1928 had a front brake.
Not even remotely close. For crying out loud, it says Indian on the tank Link to "philsellers.com" It's an Indian. Harleys never, ever, used a front leaf spring suspension.
Once Upon a Time EP: 1.13
1.09 1.10 1.13 1.19 1.20 Victory? Victory Vegas? Indian Chief Who's right? With so many pics, I thought it would be easy for specialists.
Indian, I recognize it by the headlight in the picture from 1.13. Though I cannot confirm it is a Chief...
The bike, if possible. For the car, see /vehicle.php?id=223232
It has a leaf spring on the front so is an Indian - probably a mid 1920s Chief.
Indian Chief. More research to check the date.
That's not and Indian chief.. It's should have a leaf spring pointing out of the front if it did... Most likely a Henderson 4 cylinder.. http://www.hendersonclub.org/1920_Henderson_Model_K.htm
Recipe for Disaster
I'm calling out to any Indian experts here; Is the Chief the only newfangled model that Indian makes today? Indian Chief Standard
All the King's Men
The bike on the left is an Indian Chief and on the right is a Harley-Davidson. I think Indians got rear suspension from about 1941. The Harley could be any year up to 1948.
Renegade EP: 1.05
Indian Post-war Chief I think. I am not sure they changed much from 1941 to 1953. 1946-49 Indian Chief with girder forks, you can just see the top of the girder fork.
No, that link shows a 1940-45 Chief with later tank badges, the film shot is a 1946-49 Chief with girder forks as shown here: http://www.asl-testsite.co.uk/motors/normal/Indian-Chief-1947.jpg
There are two quite different bikes here. The one on the right looks to be an Indian Scout from the early 1920s and the one on the left might be an Indian Chief from the 1930s but we can't see enough of it.
Indian ? Two very nice black and white Indians. The one at the front is a ca. 1940 leaf spring Indian Chief, the one at the rear a later (ca. 1946-53) Indian Chief. The front one 1940-45, the rear one 1946-49 then they went telescopic forks
On the Town
Il ne s'agit pas de Harley mais d'Indian
Indian Chief as built between 1940 and 1949 (Girder fork and sprung frame)
Den enfaldige mördaren
Looks like a Chief from either 1940-41 or else post war.
Indian Chief 1200cc 1946-49 with girder forks.
Last Exit to Brooklyn
a WLA? Going by the front suspension it is an Indian. Possibly a 1930s era Chief? Indian Chief 340-B as built from 1940 to 1945
The Black Dahlia
Indian Chief (1938-)
Lovely mudguards aren't they, I had a 38 4 cylinder with the same guards. Jun you know your Indians. Regards.
Terence Trent D'arby: Sign your name
the 1340cc Chief The vehicle details for 608 ETV are: Date of Liability 01 09 2012 Date of First Registration 01 07 1959 Year of Manufacture 1959
I think it was only registed in 1959 in England the bike itself is a 1946 Chief
2015 Chief Dark Horse aircooled cruiser in Thunder Black Smoke http://www.indianmotorcycle.com/en-us/chief-dark-horse-thunder-black-smoke
the Chief classic's lower trimline indeed
Radar Men from the Moon
Ce sont des Indians. ...et derriere, encore, la Cadillac Fleetwood, annee 1937
Indian Chief (1935-36 model)
The 100 EP: 2.16
It looks allot like an Indian
It does. Too new for a Kawasaki Drifter. (google it and discover one of the most misnamed motorcycles of all times...)
At first I thought this was an Indian Scout, but I realised that the headlight shape was wrong and the engine fills up the space under the tank more than on the Scout. It has to be an Indian Chief. I don't think we can see enough details to be exactly sure of the date but it is somewhere between 1933 and 1937. http://www.indianmotocycle.co.uk/bikes/35chief.jpg http://www.indianmotocycle.co.uk/scouts.html
It's definitely a 1937 Indian Chief. 37 is the first year for tank gear shift ! in 1938 they reversed the position of the headlight and horn plus hid the speedo under a nice dash cover so this must be a 37.
American Dad! EP: 13.17
Describe as "Indian Motorcycles" @the sad biker
Allowing for artistic licence, '46-48 Indian Chief, the heavy valanced mudguards were introduced in 1940, just before switch to wartime production, there were no Chiefs in '49 and '50-53 were telescopic forks. Edit, make that '47-48, the backlit Indian mudguard lamp was introduced in '47.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
The red one on the left is a just pre-WW2 Harley-Davidson. The next one with the chrome strip on the headlight is aa early 1950s Triumph Thunderbird. The pale blue one is an Indian Chief from post WW2. The black one next is too obscured but is possibly something British. The red one next looks like another old Harley but appears to have a disc front brake. After that are two more Indain Chiefs. The one being ridden appears to be the modern/old Harley that we have already identified. And a red 1950 Studebaker. The one on the far right is a 1937 Harley davidson U Eather a Studebaker Champion or Studebaker Comander. The Studebaker should get it's own page.
If they could get period-correct Harleys, why didn't they just acquire an FL Hydra Glide for Mutt's bike?
Stargate SG-1 EP: 4.13
It's a Chief. shot in Vancouver Canada. It's antique custom with too much chrome. Wrong seat, paint,right hand throttle, it's a custom. maybe 1948. nope - 1940 maybe.
But 1940 would have RH gear change and the tank looks wrong. Maybe its a custom abomination.
J'irai cracher sur vos tombes
D'autres WL? je suis un peu perdu dans ces images... j'arrive un peu tard, mais pour moi c'est une Indian! Eh oui bien sûr c'est une Indian rien qu'à voir la fourche 00:32:24 Alors ?
Indian 74" / 1200cc Chief, type CAV 1940 military model (ex french army), customized as a lot of other Chief in France with more valanced fenders. This bike could also be one of the Chief seen in Orpheus by Jean cocteau.
The Hitchhiker EP: 6.02
Indian? Or is it just made to look like one? My thoughts too. (that it could be an Indian) Indian yes - a post-war Chief. Not exactly sure of the year. The skirted fender Chief was actually built from 1940 onwards. And yes, this is one of them. It is a post 46-49 Indian Chief 74 cu in. These girder forks were fitted from 46 on, upto 46 had leaf spring forks, 50 on had telescopics.
The guns in the background are, from left to right, and then up to down... 1. a Winchester Model 1866 "Yellowboy" 2. an over/under double barreled shotgun of some sort (possibly a Browning?) 3. a Colt SAA 4. a Walther P-38