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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

Indian Other description

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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