2019 Jack Daniel's limited edition Indian Springfield Dark Horse revealed
Indian Motorcycles, that happens to America's first motorcycle company and Jack Daniel's which is America's first registered distillery have a four-year-old association where limited edition motorcycles are launched to celebrate the shared commitment to quality, originality, and craftsmanship. Their latest offering is the 2019 Limited Edition Indian Springfield Dark Horse edition priced at $36,999 (Rs 25.74 lakh, ex-showroom, excluding the import duty and taxes). And only 177 units of it will be manufactured ever as a nod to Jack Daniel's iconic Old No. 7 branding. One has to participate in a lucky draw by entering details on the official website. The lucky draw ends on March 17, 2019.
This 2019 Jack Daniel's limited edition will be offered with two-tone heavy metal crystal and thunder black vivid crystal paint scheme with steel gray graphics and a single barrel select wood grain finish. The American motorcycle manufacturer mentions that this special edition gets premium touches including a quick release tinted flare windscreen, all-LED lighting, and gloss black finishes throughout the bike. It also gets custom Jack Daniel's single barrel badging, including the Jack Daniel's ''Bottles and Throttles Don't Mix'' reminder on the front fender. Further, this bagger from Indian Motorcycles gets leather seat and tank strap bearing the Jack Daniel's logo along with single barrel select engraved rider and passenger floorboards. The motorcycle also gets a one-of-a-kind Montana Silversmith badge engraved with each bike's unique number (#001-#177).
Additionally, each Jack Daniel's Limited Edition Indian Springfield Dark Horse will come with wooden Jack Daniel's Single Barrel bottle decanter made out of the same oak barrels used to age Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Select. The holder comes with two custom branded rocks glasses and spot for a bottle of Jack Daniel's Single Barrel, which is padded with the same leather as the motorcycle's seat. Each gift will be custom-made and engraved with the owner's name, motorcycle number (#001-#177) and VIN.
Starts Rs 33,50,000
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