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1916 Indian 4-Valve Board Track Racer

In the first two decades of the 1900's, Indian and Harley were battling for dominance on the racetrack, as well as in the sales rooms. The old saying was, "win on Sunday, more sales on Monday", so, to beat out each other as well as all of the other rivals, both Indian and Harley Davidson developed the four valve cylinder head that was affixed to either the single cylinder or twin cylinder cases (which created the 8-Valve). This very nice original example was restored a number of years ago and has since been in a number of private collections throughout its life. This old girl is a must have for any Indian enthusiast or race bike collector.

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5/15/17
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1906 Indian Camelback Single Cylinder, Ex-E.Paul duPont (last ridden in the 1970's) Engine no. 2864

Oscar Hedstrom and Oliver Hendee, both active in the cycle racing world, got together to found the Hendee Manufacturing Company and built their first prototype Indian motorcycle in 1901. That first machine was powered by a single-cylinder, 15.85ci (260cc) 'F-head' (inlet over exhaust) engine that formed part of the 'diamond' frame (in the Indian's case, it sloped rearwards to act as the seat tube). An advanced feature in motorcycling's early pioneering days, chain drive was used by Indian right from the start. The 1906 Indian offered here - serial number '2864' - is one of 1,698 machines produced that year (serial numbers ran from '2350' to '4048'). Unrestored and in wonderfully original condition, this machine was Paul duPont's own motorcycle and was very likely obtained directly from the factory. We are advised that the machine was last ridden and running in the 1970's.

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5/15/17
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1912 Indian V-Twin

Very beautiful and professionally restored 1912 Indian V-Twin 1000cc with AMCA 97.7 point Junior First judging. This very rare Indian is selling with full restoration documents, receipts and photos of the restoration process and started from a complete original paint motorcycle and not built up from parts. A perfect motorcycle for any collection, museum or for any outing.

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5/5/17
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1939 Kiwi Indian Chiefton

This just might be the ultimate gift for the Indian fan: a brand new Kiwi Indian Replica 1939 Indian Motorcycle, complete with luggage rack and saddlebags! Emulating the distinctive styling of this landmark year, the model captures the era’s classic, timeless good looks. The 84 c.i. Flathead engine is mounted in a proprietary rigid frame. Features include a 4-speed overdrive synchromesh transmission and a maintenance-free CV carburetor, duel disc brakes, 12 volt electrical system, turn signals and much more. This beauty is complete and ready for delivery. Selling on a factory MSO with full factory warranty.

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2/6/17
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1948 Indian Chief

Very nice numbers matching 74ci Indian Chief with right hand throttle, left hand tank shift transmission, classic full skirted fenders, 16" wheels, white wall tires and a beautiful black and red paint scheme. This motorcycle was restored a number of years ago and was put on static display shortly thereafter. Ready for show or go! The Indian Chiefs are great riding motorcycles, as well as highly prized collector bikes.

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Watch Walk Around Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ljvaDgaHMU
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2/6/17
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1936 Indian Dispatch Tow Three Wheeler

45ci V-Twin. Very rare and desirable. A "no expense spared" correct restoration on a very nice original machine. This motorcycle has been in a private collection for decades and has been kept up as a well sorted out rider. Painted in the correct two-tone red and maroon paint scheme, this very rare American Classic is a must have for any museum or private collector.

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1/18/17
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1905 Indian Camel Back Single Cylinder

This concours quality restoration was built from an original 1905 Indian Camelback and is not a Yellowspear reproduction. This motorcycle is now a one hundred and ten year old survivor and is truly an early pioneer of American design and ingenuity! Restored in the correct Indian red paint scheme with all of the proper nickel plating as original, this very rare motorcycle would be an excellent addition to any private collection or museum.

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1/18/17
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1949 Indian Gold Arrow

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1/16/17
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1948 Indian Cheif with Side Car

This 1948 Chief was Featured in the December 2011 issue of Iron Works magazine. 1st place in class at the 2011 Sacramento Autorama...Built using NOS engine and transmission!

This motorcycle was precision built as a labor of love and an exercise in perfection by master craftsman Matt Blake, owner of Iron Horse Corral utilizing nothing but the best parts possible. Attention to detail is second to none from the hand formed sidecar with full electronics, suburb leather work all the way through to the metallic black paint. This motorcycle was not built as a 100 point correct restoration but more so as a classic custom that was tastefully done to accent the original look. Matt Blake took it to the next step and added a professional custom look and feel that would go well in any classic car or hot rod collection, or for the motorcycle enthusiast to take out for a comfortable and classy ride you the wife or girlfriend with all of the modern amenities. The custom hand formed "all aluminum" Indian sidecar has GPS driven speedo with clock and volt meter, and has a complete stereo system behind the seat.

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1948 Indian

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1/16/17
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