It might be easy to call Julius a control freak. In fact, he's a quality freak. Earlier in the day, we visited Charlotte Indian, a model dealership in nearby Lowell. Part showroom, part museum, part clubhouse and part Gap retail store, it's a wonderful little motorcycle shop (see photo gallery). The exterior, inspired by American roadside diners of the 1950s, is dominated by a two-story entrance done up like a big Chief fender complete with headdress running light. Julius had a hand in all aspects of the dealership's design, from signage right down to metal finishes and masonry choice. Inside, he takes a nice Indian-logo leather jacket off the rack. "Not a button goes on that I haven't approved," he says.