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Terence Steven “Steve” McQueen is a man that needs no introduction around these parts. In addition to all the great Steve McQueen movies he made over the years, he had an equally impressive collection of motorcycles. Triumph is probably the first moniker that comes to your mind when you think of McQueen because of his antics in The Great Escape and his relationship with legendary racer Bud Ekins. But according to his wife, Barbi, and the number of their bikes in his collection, it was Indian that was his favorite marque. Now’s your chance to own a 1936 Indian Chief ridden and owned by the one and only King of Cool. It was originally sold as part of the 1984 McQueen Estate Sale but is now available again thanks to the people at Duncan Hamilton ROFGO.

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