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Discussion in '1970's and Earlier Indian Motorcycles' started by Double P, Dec 4, 2018.
Fudging Awesome!,.......even though he said " aluminium" wrong, he still has his Burtland accent!!! He's the man!!! And how I'd love to work for him in his part department!
Oh!,.....and Double P?,......thanks heaps for posting that Brother!
Those guys do good vids
I have wanted one of their chiefs for a long time. I continue to search for a used one but have never seen any for sale. I suppose if I could just leave my bikes stock, I could have had enough coin to get a new one already.
So true Thumper,.....I did the math and adding up two Scouts plus all the accessories the figure came close to 3/4's of a Kiwi Indian,.....oh Shizen,......then I remembered to convert the US dollar,.......Damn! ...further away than I thought,.......,.....but wait! There's always Lotto!
I wonder how much their Chiefs go for? Asking for a friend...lol
Last time I checked which was several years ago, the kit was in the 40’s and a fully assembled one was about $60,000.00
Well I believe I’ll have to pass. I could buy a house in Iowa or Texas for that price. And if I were to buy it thats exactly what I’d have to do cause my wife would kick my *ss plume out of the one I’m in now....lol
Wish I hadn't looked at this thread, now there's another bike I want and can't afford.
1917 Power Plus
Something is not right here. That bike looks like a 20's Scout with left hand side gear change and nothing like a 1917 Powerplus twin. Do a google of images for a 1917 powerplus and you will see what I mean,....
As a replica build it looks like a degree of departure from original has been allowed. The front disk is a givaway even before you look closer. Follow the link and you will see that KiwiIndian build them from the ground up. It is just a very cool looking bike and I would be very happy to own and ride one.
I know just what you mean and it's way past time I went and saw the guy with all the Powerplus's in Palmy. I don't have a lot of money in reserve but boy! I'd have a lot less if I could talk him into selling me one of his 'all in boxes' Powerplus's,......I still need to dream!! can you imagine reassembling a 100 plus year old bike? Heaven does exist on Earth if you're a biker,.....
The 101 would be my dream bike. Produced 1928 - 31.