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Discussion in 'Indian Motorcycle General Discussion' started by Scouts Honour, Apr 7, 2021.
Hi all, came across some very cool Indian Motorcycles at a local show over Easter.
Now that’s cool man. Thanks for posting.
Fantastic pics Ian! Call me next time,,,!,!,
Where do you find all these bikes yourself and rod.
Thanks interesting stuff like em
Thank you for taking the time to share your trip, looks like a nice place to visit.
Those were awesome pics. Thanks for sharing them with us. Now, I have to go look up the little red scooter.
Papoose I think. It's fast, ask @Alpal , it's red, haha.
Nice pics. I've never seen an actual 841, it was part of the military desert contract that never happened because the Jeep proved more versatile. There can't be many in NZ.
Looks like this:
1952 Brockhouse Corgi MK IV 98cc, but it looks better in Indian red with the logo.
And fast they are! 30 mph once you get the parachute off it and get it assembled,.....just a few seconds and you were gone,.....be quite a ride at that speed and height I reckon,....thrills a plenty!
Too cool not to share I reckon-
Hey Rod, second time I have come across that one. Absolute credit to the owner, they in amazing condition and can only imagine how much work gone into restorations.
Hi @putamayo Bikes were at a show called the evolution of motorcycles put on by local Hawkes Bay Motorcycle club. Many other very cool bikes there like theses two fine machines.
An that Honda in the back there.
Met an 85 year old at the supermarket who stopped to talk about my Scout and bikes in general,......He owned an Excelsior twin in his younger days he told me,.....I shortly after went to the library and while talking to the lovely librarian learned that her father was doing up her inheritance for her,......which she intends to ride,......and early Aerial square Four,.....I told her I had to get to know her better,.....