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Indian was founded by George Hendee & Oscar Hedstrom in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1901. Their early models rapidly gained a good name for quality & reliability.

Due to the volume of Indian motorcycles manufactured over the years you can still find parts & machines all over the world, so it is well worth a look through Ebay in the countries listed below, you never know what might turn up!! If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, other suggestions we would make are that you contact one of the several owners clubs worldwide for help & advice and / or place an ad in our Wanted & For Sale section further down the page.

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Indian Motorcycles via Ebay in...

USA

UK

ITALY

GERMANY

FRANCE

SPAIN

AUSTRALIA

 

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1922 Indian Scout

Engine Size: 610cc

First Produced: 1922

1922 Indian Scout

Air cooled, four stroke V twin cilinder side valve engine. This model was developed by Charles B Franklin & was modified several times during the 1920's. Versions with larger engines became the Chief.

1938 Indian Junior Scout

Engines: 500cc

First Produced: 1932

1938 Indian Junior Scout

Air cooled, four stroke V twin cilinder side valve engine. This model developed during the US depression of the 30's was nicknamed 'The Thrifty Fifty' & was originally sold as the Pony Scout.

1938 Indian 438 Four

Engine Size: 1265cc

First Produced: 1927

1938 Indian 438 Four

Air cooled, four stroke 1265cc 4 cilinder inline OHV engine. Over the 11 years prior to the 1938 model there were constant mofifications. This model proved to be the best, it would cruise all day long at 100mph & be just as happy pottering around town in just top gear.  

1949 Indian 149 Arrow

Engine: 218cc

First Produced: 1948

1949 Indian 149 Arrow

The single cilinder version of the parallel twin with Amal carburetor & magneto ignition. A number of these models were used by the army, but production only lasted for two years.

1951 Indian 250 Warrior

Engine: 500cc

First Produced: 1963

1951 Indian 250 Warrior

Developed from the previous 249, this model had a vertical twin engine producing 25hp with a top speed of 90mph. The warrior was used extensively by various police departments in the USA.

1950 Indian Papoose

Engine: 98cc

First Produced: 1948

1950 Indian Papoose

Based on the Welbike & made in the UK this model was known as the Brockhouse Corgi & was perhaps the least inspiring of all motorcycles to carry the Indian badge.

1953 Indian Chief

Engine: 1300cc

First Produced: 1950

1953 Indian Chief

1953 saw the end of both this model & the Indian motorcycle company due to the financial problems it had accumulated. Thereafter several motorcycle manufacturers tried to use the Indian name to enhance their products.

1959 Royal Enfield Indian Chief

Engine: 700cc

First Produced: 1959

1959 Royal Enfied Indian Chief

From 1955 to 1959 Royal Enfield single & twin motorcycles were rebadged & sold as Indians. In 1959 the new Chief was introduced with the vertical twin engine coupled to a 4 speed Albion gearbox.

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