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  • Indian Motoplane (1933). Creation of perfection for Jelle.
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    Indian Motoplane (1933). Creation of perfection for Jelle.

    The real classic motorcycle connoisseur immediately knows what makes this Indian Motoplane from 1933 unique. “The engine where everything is”, was the text of the advertisement in the 30s. An engine with great pulling power and speed, but also with enormous endurance. The two-cylinder was developed for the sporty rider who is disappointed Read more

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    Motorcycling does not die out!

    Nowadays, if you see a motorcyclist under thirty, it is a student on a 1 in 40 running 125 cc or someone who is with his parents. The average motorcycle buyer is about 55. We classic enthusiasts usually have a few extra taps on the counter. We are of course not Read more

  • Indian Scout
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    An Indian Scout and his story

    In short, it is sometimes said that Indian made the better motorcycles with better tech, but that Harley-Davidson scored with its street-fighter mentality and better marketing. The Indian (Military) Scout Bee – the left and right already ravaged by mismanagement 1.0 – Indian put out the fire under the chips Read more

  • Victory quits.
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    Victory quits.

    Victory stops. That promises the instant birth of yet another new classic. For people who want to take a quarter century+ of their time. Because the stories about how in the past you could buy motorcycles for next to nothing that are now worth gold… They indicate wrong decisions in the same past. Victory wasn't long Read more

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    Indian (Big Chief) 0.1

    Indian (Big Chief) 0.1 Indian made the better bikes, but was a rival to Harley. The latter had the better marketers and a street fighter mentality. The brand had to bury the hatchet and Harley made history through trial and error. In the meantime, the brand has been reborn under the Polaris flag, grown as a manufacturer of snowmobiles Read more

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    So an exchange exchange

    On May 26-27 there will be a meeting of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America at the American Motorcycle Museum museum of Ans and Max Middelbosch at the AMM in Raalte in Sallandse. Ans and Max cherish their unique collection of American Motorcycles there. The exhibited collection offers a comprehensive overview of the American Read more

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    Old Indians never die

    Someone once thought that the American motorcycle brands Harley and Indian would be invincible on the motorcycle market together. Then Indian would have to provide the technology and Harley would have to do the marketing. At Indian, they were busy making motorcycles instead of making a profit. Mismanagement is not alone Read more

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    Wanted ... An Ex Indian owner

     And it is the current owner who is looking for that ex. During his studies, the current owner did an internship. Like so many students back then, he had a motorcycle for budget reasons such as transport and passion. A slightly older employee mentioned that his father-in-law had an old engine in parts in the attic, Net Read more

  • Indian, Big Chief
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    A Real Indian ...

    Of course we are appropriately impressed by the phenomenal piece of marketing that has been put into the New Indian. It seems enormously real. Is real. And beautiful. Very nice. And is undoubtedly much better that the original was once ...

    Yet. Upon seeing the project currently for sale at www.dutch-lion-motorbikes.com Read more

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