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For the preservation and enjoyment of 1928 to 1931 Indian Scout Motocycles
"You can't wear out an Indian Scout"
 
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  • 03 Dec 2018 9:54 PM | Vahan Dinihanian

    Magneto's rebuilt and ready for shipping with your core trade in on the exchange program. 42 degree R/H  Splitdorf NS-2's  S-2  S-4  Dixie  single and double 42 degree.   Edison C, CD, CDH  Bosch ZEV   45 degree Bosch. 

    NOS  Splitdorf NS-4 caps availability for rebuilds on NS-4's 

    Vahan @ Dinihanian mfg.  vahan237@gmail.com 503 849 4091 cell. 8 to 5 pm Pacific time. 

  • 25 Nov 2018 7:40 AM | Tim Raindle (Administrator)

    Hi Guys, have half a dozen pics of Cindys bike here that I can't seem to load onto site, so if anyone wants to email me, I will forward them to you.

    The bike was built as a template for many bobbers Francis Clifford built, sport scout cylinders, bonneville cams , recirculating oil with a mid thirties oil pump grafted on. Not one for the purist, but a great piece of history with provenance that is a fine example of what was being put together when originality wasn't a concern and performance was, by an Indian legend who knew what he was doing.  

  • 23 Nov 2018 1:24 PM | Tim Raindle (Administrator)

    Hey guys, been asked to post this by Cindy, Francis Cliffords daughter. 

    :-

    • 1928 Indian 101 Scout Bobber for sale.

    • The engine and tranny have been recently rebuilt.

    • I built this motorcycle with my father Francis Clifford, a motorcycling legend from San Francisco.

    • Included in the sale of this motorcycle are:

      • Extra tank

      • Extra magneto

      • Notes I took when we built the bike along with photos

      • Historical photos

      • Special Bonnyville cams and lifters my father used as templates for other Scouts he worked on.

    • Please understand the bikes we built were meant to be ridden rather than serve as decoration. So if a Honda rear wheel bothers you, or my improvement on the muffler system, this bike may not be for you. However it would take very little to return to stock if you choose to go that route.

    • Interested? Give me a call at (415) 244-5471.
    • Here is a video clip of me kicking the bike over a few years back.


    Kicking over a 1928 Indian 101 Scout motorcycle


    Kicking over a 1928 Indian 101 Scout motorcycle

    The 1928 Indian 101 Scout motorcycle starting sequence




  • 30 Oct 2018 4:16 AM | Tim Raindle (Administrator)

    1930 Scout Tilloton MS 34a carb for sale.For restoration, complete, ok condition. Serious offers invited from association members before I clean it up and ebay it. Contact me by email for pics. 

    timraindle@yahoo.com

  • 11 Oct 2018 10:07 AM | Wayne Halabura



    I have a new John Brown headlight assy. Fits 1931-1935 scout, chief and 4 cyl. 550.00, a new side stand new fits 28-37 chief and scout 220.00 a new set of running boards for a 28 -34 Indian scout chief or 4 200.00, and lastly a complete exhaust system for a 1928-1930 101 scout. 300.00

    ifyou would like photos please email me at w.halabura@sasktel.net 

  • 05 Oct 2018 3:28 AM | Merv Sharp

    Offers please for a 26 chief fuel tank in good condition  for age has had a coat of paint 40 years ago & been in storage since      no caps

  • 17 Jul 2018 6:24 PM | Laurent Brousseau

    Hi,

    I am looking for one gearbox for Indian junior scout 36-42 , complete or not, thanks

    brousso@cgocable.ca

  • 13 Jul 2018 12:31 PM | Mark G Smith

    Hello Gents,

    Looking for an Indian project 1930-39 Chief or 1929-1935 Four ?

    Please advise.

    Thanks Mark

    deepwoods23@yahoo.ca


  • 06 Apr 2018 1:03 PM | Harry Roberts

    I wound up with an extra chain guard, so if you need one I'd love for it to find a home!  (unpainted, with brackets)

    harry at trailgroom.com

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