Indian Chief description
All parts original:
Kickstarter, 10 tooth.
32 tooth pinion gear.
Kickstarter 10 tooth clutch pinion gear, 1.5" O.D.
Lock ring for Kickstarter crank with washer and zirk.
Kickstarter crank stop with reinforcement and two bolts/washers.
Pinion gear spring with washer and special cupped.
These parts came off my father's 1950 Indian Chief (which he has owned since 1962),when he converted to electric start. All parts are in great original working condition. No deposit required. Winning bidder please send me your address and I can give you exact shipping cost, and then you can receive the total bill for this item. Accept bank cashier's check or cash. No deposit required.
Indian Chief for Sale
Moto blogWed, 24 Dec 2008 00:00:00 -0800
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. This old adage has never been more accurate than when describing a rare collection of motorcycle drawings from 1919 that were recently found in a trash bin. Created in 1919 by William Henderson, a man considered by many to be America’s most impressive motorcycle designer, this rare collection of original drawings depict the design of a brand known as the Ace, which later became part of the Indian Motorcycle Co.Wed, 08 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
Here’s an opportunity to own motorcycles associated with Steve McQueen and Von Dutch - need we say more? Get your credit cards out because tomorrow, January 9, 2014, will see a 1923 Indian Big Chief with Princess Sidecar owned by McQueen and fully restored by Von Dutch put on the auction block at the Bonhams Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction. Previously sold at the Steve McQueen Estate Sale in Las Vegas in 1984, the 74cu (1200cc) Indian is “capable of reaching speeds of 90mph.” If McQueen’s coolness factor isn’t enough, having the notoriety of Von Dutch’s restoration is the icing on the cake.Mon, 05 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Brim’s Imports is a vintage motorcycle shop disguised as a used car dealership, and chances are you’ve never heard of the place or its proprietor, Tom Brim. If you’re in the market for a rare vintage motorcycle, however, it may behoove you to give Tom or his brother, Ralph, an old fashion phone call. A website does exist, brimsimport.com, but its for searching the inventory of late model car and truck parts — the cash flow supporting Tom’s motorcycle obsession.
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