Featuring handcrafted leather solo saddle and saddlebags, engine and saddlebag guards, a rounded windshield with a headlight housing, a polished aluminum luggage rack, and other ;authentic; styling details, the latest version of the Indian Chief motorcycle ;celebrates the art of machinery.;Powered by the air-cooled 100-cubic-inch (1638cc) 45-degree Powerplus engine with its distinctive rounded and serrated rocker boxes, the Vintage is essentially the standard Chief with special touches, The seat is covered in four-ounce leather embossed with the Indian script. The saddlebags include water-resistant liners and are constructed from eight-ounce leather. They wear chrome-plate buckles and buttons and leather fringe. Their tops are embossed with the Indian script. Other touches include die-cast tips for the trademark deep-valence fenders, and an ornate die-cast aluminum horn cover over the low-tone Fiamm horn. Clear-lens driving lights bracket a vintage-cut windshield, The engine and saddlebag guards are modeled on those used on Indians built in the 1930s through the 1950s. A new chrome brace for the rear fender is intended to add rigidity and protection.