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1941 Indian 441 on 2040-motos

YearYear:1941 MileageMileage:1
Location:

Boulder, Wyoming, United States

Boulder, Wyoming, United States
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Indian 441 description

Excellent condition. Completely restored in 1994 by Mr. Edward Wolski, a G.M. toolmaker of Warren Michigan. Has one mile on working odometer. Selling for a friend. Located indoors in Wyoming. For more information or photos call 307-537-3667.

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