Investors Pushing American IronHorse Motorcycle Into Involuntary Bankruptcy

Tree Dallas investors seeking $120,000 are trying to push American IronHorse into Bankruptcy. The Chapter 11 filing could force American IronHorse Motorcycle to reorganize or liquidize its assets to pay its debtors. The company ceased production in early February, fired most of its employees and Chairman Dwayne Moyers said at the time that American IronHorse planned to sell its assets to new investors before continuing with operations. Founded in 1985, the company has undergone several management changes since its founder Bill Rucker was removed by investors in 2003.

3 Responses to “Investors Pushing American IronHorse Motorcycle Into Involuntary Bankruptcy”

  1. 1 Nate Mar 11th, 2008 at 7:22 pm

    I can see why Rucker was removed. He’s totally anal!

  2. 2 Slag Mar 12th, 2008 at 9:26 am

    I hope they can make it . They still have the best chopper of any custom production company out there including Big Dog. I sold my LSC out of fear when all this happened and now I regret it. Went to buy a new Harley Screaming Eagle but the dealers are as arrogant as usual. Most of their sales people including upper management don’t even ride a bike. The main problem with Ironhorse for now is aquiring certian parts such as custom wheels with matching pulleys. All the rest is pretty much cut and dry aftermarket parts. And yes for all you American only riders. Get to know your ride better because Harley has more than it’s share of Asian parts installed and this includes the Screaming Eagle models.

  3. 3 Rodent Mar 12th, 2008 at 9:37 am


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