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1941 Indian 741 Project New Pic's New Price on 2040-motos

$5,500
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Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, MA

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1941 Indian Military 741 project, I bought this at Indian Day about 7yrs ago with the intention of doing a replica racer or period bobber, Complete original motor at .040 over, tranny and primaries all there, complete correct front end, wheel hubs all there with correct rim's, need spoke kit's, Original frame but some tab's have been removed, you can buy all the tab's for restoring if needed. Look at Pic's and CALL Dean for more info,, $5500.00 No Text's, IF AD IS UP IT'S STILL FOR SALE

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Hybrid Motorcycle Gets 282 MPG

Mon, 21 Dec 2009 00:00:00 -0800

The ET-120 is the hybrid version of the Strike EV that was released earlier by Eko Vehicles based in Bangalore, India and claims to be the first hybrid motorcycle in the world.  The new hybrid bike will feature a 70cc gas engine and electric motor that will get 120 km/l or about 282 mpg in hybrid mode, has a top speed of 40 mph but the power and torque will be equivalent to a 120cc engine. More info and a press release after the jump. The price will be around $850 U.S.

Indian Motorcycle Rolls in to Cleveland for the IMS

Fri, 31 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

This weekend the Progressive International Motorcycle Show (IMS) rolls into Cleveland’s I-X Convention Center this weekend. Following much of the same schedule that was used in the Washington, DC IMS event, Indian Motorcycle will keep the program action-packed for all attendees who visit the Indian display area. As part of Indian’s efforts to support and honor our military, admission to Stars and Stripes Saturday Sponsored by Indian Motorcycle will be free to all military personnel with a valid military ID.

Piaggio Slashes Vespa LX125 Prices in India to Bolster Slow Sales

Tue, 08 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Piaggio launched its Vespa scooter brand at last January’s Indian Auto Expo to much fanfare but sales have fallen short of expectations. The Vespa LX125 launched in Indian showrooms in April as the first new Vespa scooter offered in the country in 13 years, but Piaggio has only sold about 25,000 units. That might seem like a lot, and would be, for the U.S.