100 years ago, Indian released the first Scout and created an American motorcycling legend. To celebrate, Indian is making a very limited-edition 100th Anniversary model, with only 750 units being built. Painted red with gold accents and a 100th Anniversary engine emblem, the Scout features a quick-release fairing, black wire wheels, and a tan leather solo seat. Power comes from a 69 cubic-inch fuel-injected v-twin making 62 horsepower and 72 lb-ft of torque, and new fully-floated brake discs along with ABS and new calipers improve stopping power. Another special model, the Scout Bobber Twenty, shaves the rear fender and adds chrome wire wheels for a more custom look. The new Scout models will start showing up in dealers later this year.