Arnold Schwarzenegger "Terminator T-850" 2002 Indian Chief Police
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Arnold Schwarzenegger "Terminator T-850" #8 OF 8 Screen Used 2002 Indian Chief Police Motorcycle from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (Warner Bros., 2003) the Terminator's commandeered 2002 Indian "Police" Chief is painted in full police livery and includes blue and red police strobes at both the front and the rear. A chromed siren graces the knee bar. The motorcycle is powered by Indian's distinctively styled 100ci (1638cc) 45-degree air-cooled, single-carb OHV V-twin matched to a five-speed transmission and belt final drive. Rounding out the custom package is a large backbone chassis, rising rate single-damper rear suspension and 16-inch wheels with four-piston Brembo brakes. Following damage sustained during filming, the motorcycle was cosmetically and mechanically restored in 2005 to its film used condition prior to its crash. Accompanied with a COA from Indian Motorcycles (note: the Arnold Schwarzenegger signature mentioned in the COA has since faded completely). Sold with a California Certificate of Title. On June 7, 2018 Profiles in History sold an Arnold Schwarzenegger screen used Harley-Davidson from Terminator 2: Judgment Day for $480,000. Comes with a COA from Heritage Auctions.
This motorcycle is located in Los Angeles, California and special shipping arrangements will apply.