John Shope Signature Seat Series by Mustang Designed by Shope; Handcrafted by Mustang

THREE RIVERS, MA – May 12, 2017  (Motor Sports Newswire) –  John Shope of Dirty Bird Concepts® takes a vision and pushes it beyond conventional boundaries. The renegade “Risk Taker” is a veritable mastermind of unadulterated concepts capable of taking any ride to another level. Now the Dirty Bird is teaming up with Mustang Seats to develop the new Shope Signature Series designed exclusively for Indian Motorcycle. Two brands founded on quality, purpose-built products, are now delivering the ultimate fusion of custom design and quality craftsmanship.

Available in either a Café or two-up Tripper style, seats feature a diamond-stitched pattern with the exception of the Café style for the Scout which is Tuck and Roll stitched.  All four seats feature double stitched, high quality expanded vinyl plus a perforated design center panel for a custom flair.

As with all Mustang seats, the marine-grade fiberglass baseplate, proprietary comfort foam and individually sewn covers are proudly handcrafted and assembled in their New England facility (tours are available by appointment).

For more information, visit www.MustangSeats.com or call Mustang at 800-243-1392 or 413-668-1100.  Feel the Mustang difference!

For the Indian Scout 2015-17:
Café style :  #76305   MSRP $339 (driver width 9”)
Tripper style: #76306   MSRP $379 (driver width 8.5”, passenger 5”)

For the Indian Chieftain, Chief Classic, Dark Horse, Roadmaster & Vintage 2014-17:
Café style: #76307   MSRP $339 (driver width 11.5”)
Tripper two-up style: #76308   MSRP $379 (driver width 11”, passenger 6”)

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Comfort on a Mustang What’s it take to make a premium quality seat? Start with styling, the finest materials, and a perfectly contoured seat. Design and build every seat in Three Rivers, Massachusetts. Produce every seat with a satisfied customer in mind. That’s what you can expect from Mustang, recognized as the worldwide leader in replacement motorcycle seats.  Proudly handcrafted in the USA since 1980.

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Source: Motorsport Aftermarket Group

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