Liquidation Of $10 Million Of American IronHorse Motorcycle Parts

American Ironhorse Motorcycles filed bankruptcy earlier this year and the manufacturing rights have been sold.  Now the bankruptcy court order provides for Liquid Asset Partners to sell all the excess parts. There are many parts to fit Harleys, as well as custom bikes, plus apparel and hardware. This huge liquidation of excess motorcycle parts for V-Twins and choppers will be held at American Ironhorse Motorcycle’s factory, 4600 Blue Mound Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76106, to sell off excess parts not needed for new production.  The liquidation is handled by Liquid Asset Partners LLC. Bulk sales began August 25. Dealers and distributors wishing to make purchases should contact Liquid Asset Partners at (616) 719-5917 or they can view the $10 Million+ inventory at LiquidAssetPartners.com. The inventory is so large that Liquid Asset Partners is giving the industry a few days to place orders before opening the sale to the public from September 12 through September 14.  On Friday, September 12 at 9 AM, the sale will open to the general public, and everyone will have a chance to buy what they need. 

Zipper's

16 Responses to “Liquidation Of $10 Million Of American IronHorse Motorcycle Parts”


  1. 1 Dave B. Aug 26th, 2008 at 11:16 pm

    Deja-Vu all over again!

  2. 2 Mr. Franks Aug 27th, 2008 at 2:44 pm

    Does anyone know what direction that American Ironhorse is going right now. I havnt heard or seen a peep out of them since the statements about honoring the manufacturers warranty.
    Thanks

  3. 3 Gar Aug 27th, 2008 at 3:37 pm

    If I were to guess what direction American Ironhorse is going right now ,,,,,,,,, I would have to say their spiral is still headed straight down the tubes. Good luck getting AIH to honor any warranties!

  4. 4 rodent Aug 27th, 2008 at 4:01 pm

    Who’s Next? As much as I hate to say it, buy a Harley, customize it without voiding the warentee, and the’ll be in business when all the other harley clones fold up shop.

  5. 5 Gar Aug 27th, 2008 at 6:11 pm

    Rodent,

    Who is next ????? Could it be Harley? I wouldn’t be surprised if they didn’t announce a “merger” with a “known” European Company in the next six months.

    Could be a good time to jump on some HD stock, as low as it is now. (Of course the stock will go even lower next quarter with the announcement by management of “greater losses than previously anticipated”.)

  6. 6 harry Sep 2nd, 2008 at 3:38 pm

    This isn’t good, Kim Suter, American Iron Horse–who will be next? I hope that things start turning around soon. I’ve read on the internet and in print that they’re predicting that things will go full-circle and guys will be buying H-D’s (like Rodent was saying) and customizing them on their own in their garages after work and on the weekends as it was years and years ago before the “craze” of the custom choppers, from folks like West Coast Choppers,OCC, etc…the bikes were good looking, but they were out of the reach of the average guy/gal. I think that it would be cool if someone were to get something like a ten year old sportster and get a paughco frame and just do something with that in his/her garage and just work on it when he/she could afford it . It is times like that where you have to be creative with little to no budget and that is when innovation and true creativity come about. Am I one of those guys that can do that? Honestly, no–but maybe one day I will have the courage to tackle a project like that (or something similar) and see how it turns out good or bad. There are always people that talk shit and say “I could do better than that’ or “If I were to do it my way”, but yet they are the ones that can’t do shit when it comes to working on bikes in any way, shape or form. Hope the bike industry can recover and get a solid footing again.

  7. 7 JP Sep 13th, 2008 at 1:58 pm

    Another American Motorcycle bites the dust . Darn shame H&D didn’t have enough brass where
    it counts to buy them out. The bikes were ‘based’ on H&D parts anyways , and would of given
    Harley an outlet for the market of bigger/badder bikes that they are so slow and reluctant to make.
    Why isn’t H&D’s standard cycles at least 100 ci by now ?(could of made it 102 if didn’t wish to
    copy ‘Victory’. Oh well wait another 3-5 years for that ‘big’ advancement .Someday they may even
    make a cruiser that makes 100 hp ( oh, yes , there is the aftermarket harley parts. By the time
    you get the bike you want, you’ve spent 40 to 50,000 to get the bike that American Ironhorse
    would of given to you for 26,000). RIP American Ironhorse.

  8. 8 Charlie Sep 26th, 2008 at 1:29 am

    Once again the MC public has been attacked by someone “perceiving” what someone else “perceives” regarding yet someone else’s “opinion” which makes them ALL wrong. The key word is “Liquidation”……..!!!!!!!!
    American IronHorse opened their warehouse gates to the general public and gave them 3 days to buy anything in the warehouse at 50% to 60% off “COST” price. You could actually leave with a “rolling chasis” of several AIH models, including but not limited to 2006 Slammers, along with multitudes of various parts. Since this is Texas, where the term “haggle” was perfected, you could have purchased many items at a70% discount.
    AIH was purchased by a gentleman with vision, intelligence and a great sense of humor. AIH should be coming out soon with some NEW models and I am confident the company is here to stay. They are a great group of people, and they definately have their finger on the American MC Pulse.
    I had so much faith in their product, I purchased a 2007 Bandera from IHOT the day before AIH filed Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. The key words there were “Chapter 11.”
    I hope this information has been helpful and entertaining LOL.

    Sincerely,
    CB

  9. 9 Harley Bob Jul 16th, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    Welcome to “CHANGE”! The “death” of capitalism! Who’s next? Look at who has already been through the government take over of all things industry (i.e., GM, Chrysler, AIG, and on and on) and profit. The American people had better take the reigns away from the government before they destroy every industry in the United States and run them like they have run everything else, in the ground!

  10. 10 Old man builder Nov 4th, 2009 at 8:16 pm

    What can I say, been building my own, from 1968, never bought a complete bike, never bought a stock Harley, always built from frame and motor cases up, learned alot, the custom chopper craze, well as with most, it came and went, but the old guys, always built on a budget anyway, never was interested in a stock Harley anyway, not enought power, and never liked rear shocks, remember it’s a motorcycle and not a car. Sorry to see another motorcycle company bite the dust, maybe it’s time to get back to what it’s really all about, big motors, big power, long,low, and lean, no frills, just legal enough to be on the road, after all, if you wanted comfort, put 2 wheels on your Lazy Boy, the sad part is that 70 percent of the new age bikers, don’t even know how to service them, let alone fix them. As one guy recently told me, ( while he was on his $40,000.00 custom chopper, store bought)
    I have a cell phone and tripe A, thats all I need, Thank God, I don’t have that outlook, rest in peace Iron Horse,

  11. 11 kenn Dec 26th, 2009 at 8:24 am

    LOVE THE BIKE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!BUT THE COMPANY AND CORPORATE BIG WIGS CAN DIE AND BURN IN HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!OH BY THE WAY YOU GET A 2 YR WARRANTY WITH THAT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. 12 cuz Jan 16th, 2010 at 1:11 am

    THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I HAD EVER GOT ON THIS PAGE AND SOME OF THE THINGS I HAVE BEEN READING REALY SUCKS I WOULD LIKE TO SAY TO ALL OF YOU I HAVE A BAD ASS 2007. TEXAS CHOPPER THAT HAS BEEN IN A FEW SHOWS AND I CAN TELL YOU SOMETHING NO HARLEY EVEN COMES CLOSE AND I ALSO HAVE A BIG DOG PITBULL AND THAT DONT EVEN COME CLOSE, THE IRON HORSE RIDES NICER, HANDLES NICER ,LOOKES NICER , ALL AROUND A BETTER BIKE LET ALONE HOW MANY MORE LOOKS YOU GET FROM OTHERS. THANKS FOR READING I JUST HAVE ONE MORE THING TO SAY ( IRON HORES ALL THE WAY ) THE CUZ.

  13. 13 randy d Mar 15th, 2010 at 10:02 am

    i just need to get some parts HHEELLP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. 14 burnout Mar 15th, 2010 at 11:58 am

    randy d, send me an email burndedout@gmail.com list what you need and your phone #. peace

  15. 15 larry May 12th, 2010 at 1:19 pm

    yes someone stold my 2002 iron horse ranger seat i need a 2up seat for it bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. 16 Rosco Sep 16th, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    Hi,

    I am enquiring for Auckland New Zealand. Could anybody help me source one of the Leather Ironhorse jackets with the embossed Indian Chief with the Headress on the back, with adjustabled ties and concho’s down the sides. The size I seek is XL and I am willing to pay US$500 for the jacket. Thanks

Comments are currently closed.
S&S
S&S
Affliction Holdings, LLC

Subscribe

Socialize

Facebook Google+ Twitter