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Pictures of Indian Motorcycles from car shows, car museums and classic car auctions across the U.S.
1947 Indian Chief Twin-Cylinder Motorcycle
|1947 Indian Chief Twin-Cylinder Motorcycle |
1947 Indian Chief Twin-Cylinder Motorcycle Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Date: November 20, 2009 Location: The Coker Collection, Chattanooga, Tennessee
2003 Indian Chief Motorcycle
|2003 Indian Chief Motorcycle|
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction Website: www.barrett-jackson.com March, 2008, West Palm Beach, Florida LotNumber 15.2 Year 2003 Indian Chief Motorcycle ExteriorColor BLACK Interiorcolor Cylinders 2 Transmission 5-SPEED MANUAL Description This garage-kept 2003 Black Indian Chief Vintage features: chrome aluminum fender tips, Vintage-cut windshield, authentic chrome horn cover, front and rear chrome engine guards, leather seat, saddlebags, polished aluminum luggage rack and fishtail-style muffler. The Indian Chief Vintage is powered by an air-cooled 100cid/1638cc 45 degree Powerplus engine. This particular Indian Chief Vintage Motorcycle sets itself apart by receiving a set of Xtreme Machine wheels, discs and pulley with a set of Metzeler ME 880 Marathon tires. This surpassed Indian Chief Vintage motorcycle was formerly owned by Buzz Kanter.
2000 Indian Big Indian Chief Motorcycle
|2000 Indian Big Indian Chief Motorcycle|
2000 Indian Big Indian Chief Motorcycle, LOW MILES, COMES WITH ORIGINAL SEAT AND HELMETS. Price: $15,750. Contact Information: Arizona Connection 1265 S. Gilbert Rd. Gilbert, AZ 85296 Phone: 800-243-1957 Email: email@example.com Website: www.arizonaconnection.net Dealer: dlr00115
1915 Indian Big Twin Motorcycle
|1915 Indian Big Twin Motorcycle|
1915 Indian Big Twin Motorcycle RM Auctions Automobiles of Arizona Collector Car Auction Phoenix, Arizona AUCTION RESULTS: Lot 105 - Sold at a price of $58,300 Photo Credit: Simon Clay 15hp, 61 cu. in. (1,000 cc) V-twin engine. Wheelbase: 59" The 1915 Indian Big Twin heralded the end of an era, as it was the last Indian motorcycle to carry the Hedstrom F-Head engine within a cradle-spring frame design. Accordingly, some purists regard this model as the last "real" Indian to emanate from the legendary Springfield, Massachusetts "wigwam". Favorable public reaction cheered Indian on to proclaim in advertisements that "It is the predominant all-round machine — the crowning achievement of a company known the world over for the superiority of its product and its strict adherence to all principles fostering progress. Strength, speed, and power are manifest throughout its graceful outlines. Its great charm lies in its ability to easily surmount the hardest adverse road-riding, hill-climbing, mountain-touring conditions. If it's a rideable road, boulevard, path, or trail, the Big Twin will negotiate it." The very attractive example offered here was expertly and sympathetically restored during the early 1990s while in the ownership of a well-known classic motorcycle enthusiast from the Pacific Northwest. The frame was carefully restored and prepared for final paint, while the engine was completely rebuilt by the late Roy Burke. While the 1,000 cc V-twin engine is not original to this specific example, it is nonetheless a period correct unit dating to 1913. Handsomely finished with a dark red exterior, and complemented by gold lettering, white tires, a tool box and a luggage rack that was only offered during 1914 and 1915, the Big Twin would be considered "fully optioned" today. In addition to its three-speed manual transmission, a first at the time, it features a more user-friendly kick-starting mechanism that replaced the previous pedal crank system. The list of advancements also included a heavy-duty clutch, full gas lighting, a gear-driven speedometer, and a new Schebler carburetor in place of the Hedstrom units. The relatively lightweight Big Twin is reported to be capable of speeds of approximately 60 miles per hour, and this fine example was used several times on "pre-1916" touring events, where it performed admirably. While some 21,000 Big Twins were originally constructed, very few remain today. The example presented here is one of the relatively few survivors, "fully optioned", and beautifully restored. It remains in excellent condition, and is period correct throughout.
1940 Indian Motorcycle
|1940 Indian Motorcycle |
1940 Indian Motorcycle Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
2003 Indian Cjief Roadmaster Motorcycle
|2003 Indian Cjief Roadmaster Motorcycle|
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com 2003 Indian Cjief Roadmaster Motorcycle 16,000 LotNumber 315.1 Description 2003 Indian Chief Roadmaster motorcycle only 3,105 original miles. Adult owners and garage kept. Finished in Raven Black over Indian Ivory paint. Engine is a 1575cc with Vance Hines pipes, wide whitewall tires, leather saddlebags, front windshield and like new.
1946 INDIAN CHIEF MOTORCYCLE
|1946 INDIAN CHIEF MOTORCYCLE |
1946 INDIAN CHIEF MOTORCYCLE 1946 INDIAN CHIEF ID# 3465336 THIS 1946 INDIAN CHIEF WAS A COMPLETE DISASSEMBLY AND REBUILD WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE MOTOR AND GEARBOX. WHAT IS VERY RARE ON THIS ONE IS THE FULL CHROME PACKAGE. EXCELLENT EXAMPLE! For Sale by: The Auto Collections Located in the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Phone: 702-794-3174 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.autocollections.com
Indian Motorcycle - Arnold Schwarzenegger The Terminator Movie
|Indian Motorcycle - Arnold Schwarzenegger The Terminator Movie |
Indian Motorcycle - Arnold Schwarzenegger The Terminator Movie Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Star Cars Museum, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
1909 Indian Racer Motorcycle
|1909 Indian Racer Motorcycle |
1909 Indian Racer Motorcycle The world-famous Cannonball Baker, whose barnstorming tours awakened the America of the early 20th Century to the high-performance potential of motorcycles and automobiles, rode this 1909 Indian to victory in one of the very first races ever held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, August 15, 1909. Produced by the Hendee Manufacturing Company of Springfield, Massachusetts, this racing model has no brakes, no front fender, a tiny rear fender, and double chain drive. By today's standards, this racer was very much a bicycle with an engine attached. Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
1939 Indian Motorcycle Model DCI-3584
|1939 Indian Motorcycle Model DCI-3584 |
1939 Indian Motorcycle Model DCI-3584 Engine: In-line 4-cyclinder, 77.21 cid Built in 1939 by the Indian Motorcycle Company, Springfield, Massachusetts, and donated to the Hall of Fame Museum in 1995, this beautiful touring bike still has only 8,944 miles on its odometer. The exquisite machining includes details like the Indian head on the gear-shift knob. Note the partial leaf spring front suspension and the rear fender hinged to ease tire removal. Indian engines of this type powered many winning midget race cars in the 1930s and 1940s. Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana