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1951 Harley-Davidson Servicar

In 3 Wheels, America by AbhiLeave a Comment

Following-up on yesterday’s Indian 3-wheeler, here’s the more common competitor: the Harley-Davidson Servicar. Produced for nearly 40 years, the Servicar was a three-wheeler HD produced in an attempt to further expand their target customer base during the Great Depression. One of their selected targets was automotive mechanics, so this bike was designed to allow mechanics put their tools in the …

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1 of 50 – 2017 Indian Scout FTR750

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Back in 2017, Indian returned to professional flat track racing after a 6 decade hiatus. They absolutely dominated the American Flat Track (AFT) Championship, securing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the overall standings. AFT rules stipulate that the motors used in competition have to be based on production designs, so Indian created a limited run of 50 Scout FTR750s for …

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1956 Indian Arrow

In America, Less than 5k, Standard by Jeffrey PamerLeave a Comment

Jeff Pamer: Just my personal opinion here: Indian has taken a huge swing with the FTR and (other than the price) it’s a fantastic motorcycle. They beat Harley-Davidson to the punch in terms of moving away from a cruiser-style bike and offering what is essentially a naked sport bike, with a hint of retro style. This back and forth between …

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1 of 30 – 2007 Harley-Davidson Elvis Presley 30th Anniversary

In America, Cruiser, Custom by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This tribute to Elvis did not meet reserve despite 17 bids up to $25,100 on eBay in Middlebury, Connecticut. In honor of the 30th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death, the CEO of 11 Harley-Davidson dealership (including Graceland Harley-Davidson) created a Signature Collection of 30 Softail Deluxes that were styled to look like Elvis’ black 1957 FLH.

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1947 Indian Chief

In America, Cruiser by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Listing Update: This Chief did not get any interest at the opening ask of $22,500 on eBay. In 1947, Indian sold approximately 12,000 examples of their legendary Chief, the only bike that they offered immediately after World War II. This one has been restored and is ready for a new owner to enjoy it on the road!

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“TT Special” – 1969 AJS 250 Stormer

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Post Listing Update: This Stormer did not get any interest at the opening bid of $7,500. The AJS Stormer was a bit of a flop, as it was a last ditch effort by Norton-Villiers to dump excess inventory of Starmaker engines. Because of that, I rarely see them come up for sale – let alone customized ones like this “TT …