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Discussion in '1970's and Earlier Indian Motorcycles' started by thumper, Sep 23, 2019.
I guess I am a bit skeptic on the tools.
I thought the name was always Indian Motorcycle or at one time long ago Indian Motocycle?
In other words, no S?
I have been very wrong before....they do look aged and cool.
Thanks for sharing.
I didn’t pay that much attention (obviously) and believe you are correct. I know early on it was “Moto” cycle and don’t believe they ever had the S at the end.
They may be legit, I found these by another seller.
2 Genuine INDIAN MOTORCYCLE TOOLS VINTAGE WRENCHES **see photos** | eBay
VINTAGE ORIGINAL INDIAN MOTORCYCLE MOTOCYCLE WRENCH SET TOOLS PRE WWII | #1801059320
It appears that the company name was officially "Indian Motocycle Company" but seems reasonable that they could simply use "Indian Motocycles" for marketing purposes.