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Zac Brown Collective 2019 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

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The Partnership

Commitment to American Craftsmanship

A shared commitment to American craftsmanship is the driving force behind this partnership. The innovative fabricators, artists and engineers at Zac Brown Collective have used one-of-a-kind modifications to turn the Chieftain Dark Horse into a V-Twin powered showcase of American craftsmanship. Completely crafted by hand, every detail you see highlights this commitment.

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The Bike

2019 Indian Chieftain Dark Horse
  • Hand Striped and Painted during a 2 month process. Custom paint incorporates charcoal flake and 24kt gold leaf with a satin clear coat finish.
  • Thunderstroke 116 Cubic Inch Stage 3 Big Bore Kit for 15 percent more torque and 20 percent more horsepower.
  • Custom designed and built true dual exhaust for better flow and even more power.
  • Custom 21" front and 16" rear wheels.
  • Zircon gold plated engine components.
  • Shaved rear fender and relocated tag bracket.
  • Specially designed floorboards, handlebars, intake and forward controls.
  • Custom seat and saddle bag liners made with one-off black and gold Kevlar fabric.
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The Reason

Camp Southern Ground

The one-of-a-kind motorcycle will be raffled, with all proceeds going to Camp Southern Ground. The non-profit passion project of Zac Brown, frontman for Zac Brown Band, hosts children from all socio-economic backgrounds, races, religions for residential camps with activities that challenge, educate, and inspire campers. The organization also supports children of military families, which comprises a large part of their camper population.

 

How It Happened

See how the Zac Brown Collective Chieftain Dark Horse was created. Hear it straight from the artists responible for this one-of-a-kind, custom motorcycle.

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