OldMotoDude 1955 Indian Western on display at the 2019 Idaho Vintage

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1955 or earlier Indian Motorcycles for Sale (1 - 10 of 10) $7,900 1941 Indian Scout 741 with Sidecar Indian · Toms River, NJ 1941 INDIAN 741 ARMY SCOUT WITH 1940'S LEFT HAND GOULDING SIDECAR, RUNS DRIVES GOOD FOR A 82 YEAR OLD MOTORCYCLE!20 YEAR OLD AMATUER RESTORATION, BEEN USED MOSTLY FOR LOCAL BIKE SHOWS SW… more Over 4 weeks ago on ListedBuy

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Motorcycle Designer. Spouse. Julia Anderson (11 April 1898 - until his death) Children. Helen, born 10 May 1901. Parent (s) Anders Petter Hedström. Carolina Danielsdotter. Oscar Hedstrom (12 March 1871 - 29 August 1960) was a co-founder of the Indian Motocycle Manufacturing Company.

OldMotoDude 1955 Indian Western on display at the 2019 Idaho Vintage


The Springield MA Indian manufacturing ceased operations in ceased operations and discontinued production of all models in 1953. In 1955, Brockhouse Engineering purchased the rights to the Indian Motorcycle name and sold imported Royal Enfield models branded as Indian Motorcycle models until 1960.

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1930-1955 Indian Scout Motorcycles For Sale: 2 Motorcycles Near Me - Find New and Used 1930-1955 Indian Scout Motorcycles on Cycle Trader.

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THE 1950-85 ERA Competition from Harley and English brands, last gasps of the Chief, English made OHV singles and twins, English-Italian hybrids, Indian tries to team with Ducati Page Updated 7 Jan. 2021.

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History Early years - Hendee and Hedstrom Oscar Hedstrom with the first prototype of Indian 1920 Indian Powerplus The "Indian Motocycle Co." was founded as the Hendee Manufacturing Company by George M. Hendee in 1897 to manufacture bicycles.

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It's an Indian Trailblazer, a 693cc-twin made by Royal Enfield in England from 1955 to 1959 to sell as an "Indian" motorcycle in the United States. At least that's my guess. The motorcycle, in pieces, is for sale on CraigsList in Kempner, Texas, for $1,800.

The Controversial 1955 Indian Chief Starklite Indian Motorcycles


Between 1955 and 1960, Indians sold in the US were actually re-branded Royal Enfields. It was the idea of an English company called Brockhouse Engineering (you may remember that they created the adorable Corgi) who owned the Indian trademark at the time.

1955 Indian® Motorcycle Woodsman for Sale in Berlin, MA (Item 1063032)


One of only two American motorcycle manufacturers to survive both the Great Depression and the Second World War, Indian subsequently had a very patchy existence between 1955, when the original.

1955 Indian® Motorcycle Woodsman for Sale in Berlin, MA (Item 1063032)


By 1955 they had set their primary focus on the motorcycles made by Royal Enfield, an agreement was in place, and the Indian Motocycle Company essentially sold Royal Enfield under their own name until 1960. The 700cc parallel twin breathes through twin Amal carburetors and produces ~45 bhp, enough for a 100 mph top speed.

Restored Indian Trailblazer 1955 Photographs at Classic Bikes


Retrospective: 1955-1959 Indian Woodsman 500 By Clement Salvadori - June 21, 2018 1956 Indian Woodsman 500 Here was a nice piece of equipment for enjoying the unpaved places, advertised by.

Restored Indian Trailblazer 1955 Photographs at Classic Bikes


4538 Indian Enfield In the 1955 Indian started to import English built motorcycles, and branded them Indian Motorcycles. This was under a five year contract with Royal Enfield, which ran from 1955 - 1959 inclusive. After 1953 the Indian name survived only as the Indian Sales Corporation.

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Restomod - 1955 Indian Woodsman. In America, Dual-Sport by AbhiJune 29, 2019 Leave a Comment. Post Listing Update: This Woodsman did not meet reserve despite 25 bids up to $6,311 on eBay in Spokane, Washington. Between 1955 and 1960, Indians sold in the US were actually re-branded Royal Enfields. It was the idea of an English company called.

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8 Indian motorcycles in Centre Hall, PA 2 Indian motorcycles in Miami, FL 1 Indian motorcycle in Broad Brook, CT 1 Indian motorcycle in Decatur, IL 1 Indian motorcycle in Norcross, GA 1 Indian motorcycle in Raleigh, NC 1 Indian motorcycle in Worcester, MA

Restored Indian Trailblazer 1955 Photographs at Classic Bikes


In '55, Brockhouse decided to rebadge Royal Enfields with the Indian name on the gas tank and the engine cases. 1959 Indian Chief Naturally, the models were given Indian-ish names, like.

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1950 to 1955 Indian Motorcycles for Sale (1 - 15 of 50) $500 1951 Indian Chief Indian · Mystic, CT I am selling my 1951 Indian sidecar rig after owning it for 54 years. The sidecar is the correct one and is in great shape. It has a correct windshield as does the motorcycle. I put the sidecar on it 20 years ago after I put to… more