It's been a while since I posted from the amazing Barber Motorsports Museum. Here's two of a vintage Indian. That's all I can share. Perhaps some of my more knowledgable readers can comment on the year/model or whatever. It's shiny and red and I liked it!
A beautiful old bike.
magnifique cette vieille moto, j'adore ce design
I never knew that you had Native American blood
Sweet! Love the red color.
I don't know the age, late 30's early 40's I suppose.
Wayne's helpful tip of the day: Take a picture of the plaque beside the motorcycle or 'what have you'. :-)
Shiny and red works for me!!!
PS-Love your new header!!! Very traditional...would expect this to be New England in the late 1800's!!!
I love the red, so vibrant. The bike really pops.
Wonderful composition. James Dean should be riding this. The seat looks like a butt-buster, though.
Tonight could be fun. All thirteen of us at little sis' house are taking a minibus (the roads are open but still pretty slick) to a Cuban restaurant in Manhattan with strolling guitarists and flowing mojitos. Camera in hand, of course.
I knew you'd know my friend! :)
Now that I have a look, it doesn't look all that comfortable!
Thanks everyone. Glad you loved this great bike and the rouge of course! :)
V, I think my Dad had an Indian (I know he had a Harley). That would have been the early to mid 40's - wish he was here to ask. Beautiful and he would have LOVED the red!
vw bobstack - are the Untouchables around here too?
Hi Chuck, It's a 1930 or 1931 101 scout.
Reporting from the Wigwam
Indian Tom Tom
Date: Thu, 30 Dec 2010 23:54:33 -0800
Subject: Can you date this one?
Tom, have a peak at this Indian from the Barber Museum in Birmingham and see if you can tell me what the date is ...
Happy New Year!
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