This Indian 1941 Indian Four is a matching number machine with almost zero miles on it since restoration. The Indian Four restoration included a drive train restoration by Ken Young. The motorcycle was driven up to its current position in an excellent car museum where it has resided for the past 25 years. The museum owner is a car guy and he did not ride this incredible machine. This Indian Four is beautiful and all but flawless. It is in need of a service by a knowledgable Indian mechanic to make it road worthy.
Minimal miles on the restoration.
Beautiful paint finish and sheen during the restoration. Carries a polish extremely well.
Sheet metal appears to be factory born. It is in excellent fit and condition.
All chrome is very well refinished and carries an excellent sheen.
This is a new power plant in this motorcycle. Rebuilt by Ken Young during its restoration. This engine needs to be correctly run in to become the reliable power plant that it is. Complete service by a knowledgable Indian mechanic would be in order. This motorcycle was built to specifications and will be a great ride for the next curator.
Wheels & Tires
Rims are chrome on steel with stainless (?) spokes.
Front tires are ??? 4.5 X 19 with wide whitewalls
Rear Tires are ????
Sold on a bill of sale and a clean California Title is available for a fee
Engine # DDA 1330?
Frame # 441 1330
Valuation Resource Guide
This motorcycle would rate as a 1 with a suggested value of $67,875
Hagerty Value Guide. Concours @ $60,000 Excellent at $50,000