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2017 Chieftain Limited "La Loba"
Recent photos from an overnight trip to Northern PA (above Scranton). Beautiful ride, 0 issues.

"La Loba" aka "The Bone-Collector" Name is based on a New Mexican Indian myth...
Have you ever heard the myth of La Loba?
As the tale goes, there once was an old, ragged woman who lived in the desert caves of the New Mexican desert. She spent her nights searching for the bones of animals, especially wolves, who have long passed from this world. She had a surprisingly strong, burly voice and after she collected the bones she would return to her cave and sing to them. And as she sang, her life and passion and joy would settle into their bones until alas, they leapt back to life! The dead wolf, now a live wolf, would run into the desert night, turning into a beautiful woman, disappearing into the horizon.

Custom pinstriping and paint by Dan Gonder at DGCustomPaint with a couple of murals, wolf on back of front fender (21" Arlen Ness) and wolf woman on back of rear fender, along with a customized sunken license plate box by SG Paint Worx in Lansdale PA. Rear lighting by Custom Dynamics includes two vertical bag lights as well as a license plate frame surround with stop, turn and run lights, all run through a dynamic load isolator. Custom Ostrich solo seat and passenger seat (not shown) by Chris at buxcustoms.com . Wolf-Woman Primary cover done by brockblackdesigns.com .
Voodoo Air Cleaner and PV3 custom tune by FuelMoto. Complete Rinehart dual exhaust system. 21" Chrome Dirty Spoke Front Wheel from SMTMachining.com . Mirror flip brackets by Matt Hutchins. Air Horn from Amazon. Custom Floorboards, heel-to-toe shifter and shifter/brake pad from Carl Brouhard and HardStreet custom inner bag liners/storage.

Currently have 10k dependable miles on her. Would cross the country right now if I had the time.

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2017 Chieftain Limited "La Loba"
Recent photos from an overnight trip to Northern PA (above Scranton). Beautiful ride, 0 issues.

"La Loba" aka "The Bone-Collector" Name is based on a New Mexican Indian myth...
Have you ever heard the myth of La Loba?
As the tale goes, there once was an old, ragged woman who lived in the desert caves of the New Mexican desert. She spent her nights searching for the bones of animals, especially wolves, who have long passed from this world. She had a surprisingly strong, burly voice and after she collected the bones she would return to her cave and sing to them. And as she sang, her life and passion and joy would settle into their bones until alas, they leapt back to life! The dead wolf, now a live wolf, would run into the desert night, turning into a beautiful woman, disappearing into the horizon.

Custom pinstriping and paint by Dan Gonder at DGCustomPaint with a couple of murals, wolf on back of front fender (21" Arlen Ness) and wolf woman on back of rear fender, along with a customized sunken license plate box by SG Paint Worx in Lansdale PA. Rear lighting by Custom Dynamics includes two vertical bag lights as well as a license plate frame surround with stop, turn and run lights, all run through a dynamic load isolator. Custom Ostrich solo seat and passenger seat (not shown) by Chris at buxcustoms.com . Wolf-Woman Primary cover done by brockblackdesigns.com .
Voodoo Air Cleaner and PV3 custom tune by FuelMoto. Complete Rinehart dual exhaust system. 21" Chrome Dirty Spoke Front Wheel from SMTMachining.com . Mirror flip brackets by Matt Hutchins. Air Horn from Amazon. Custom Floorboards, heel-to-toe shifter and shifter/brake pad from Carl Brouhard and HardStreet custom inner bag liners/storage.

Currently have 10k dependable miles on her. Would cross the country right now if I had the time.

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I would love to see the murals on the fenders; Beautiful bike!
 

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1916 Indian Scout ABS
Two Sturgis badges.
Windshield with leather tool pouch.
Highway Bars with wind protectors.
Rider and passenger back rests.
Luggage rack
Saddle bags.
All above accessories are OEM.
In addition a small leather non-OEM tool pouch mounted behind passenger back rest.
American flag.

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