In 2001, Indian (at the time, this was the version of the company that was based out of Gilroy, California) built a limited run of Chiefs and Scouts (2001 each) to celebrate the company’s centennial. Enter the Indian Scout Centennial Edition, which was available in either French Vanilla or Black.
The Scout weighs 585 pounds and was motivated by a 1,442cc V-Twin. Fueling was handled by a S&S Type E carb, and the clutch Derby cover got a 100th Anniversary logo on it. When new, MSRP was $19,995 (or an extra 6k for the Centennial Chief).
This specific Indian Scout Centennial Edition (VIN: 5CDMCB5161G00219) has 982 miles and is in the French Vanilla paint scheme with red pinstriping. This is #219 out of 2001. The bike comes with the original tool kit, front fork tool bag, upgraded exhaust, and a detachable windscreen.
Find this Indian Scout Centennial Edition for sale in Indianapolis, Indiana with an opening bid of $8,000