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This is a 1941 Indian Scout 741 Motorcycle, built as a Bobber. It has a 45-inch engine with Bonneville specifications. The carburetor is built to Bonneville specs also. This Indian Scout motorcycle was built for a museum in Sturgis and it was never run. The motorcycle is an Indian matching number machine. It has been revisited by an experienced Indian mechanic and it is now a great running machine. Basically a newly built engine, and running gear, this motorcycle is ready for the road and a good break-in period.
No Miles on the rebuild.
Paint is over 25 years old and shows some sign of museum and storage duty. It has polished up well but is not perfect.
Sheet metal is a mix of pieces to create the Bobber look.
Chrome is bright and shiny.
This motorcycle is in excellent mechanical condition. Built for a life in a museum, it was never run. The motorcycle recently went through a top-end rebuild and tuning and is now ready for the road with the correct break-in.
Rim is painted with cadmium spokes
Front Tire is 600 x 19
Rear Tire is a Metzler 600 x 19
Clean, clear, California Title
Engine # GDA 3406
Frame # 741 3406
Belly # None
Bobbers are not rated.
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