This 1939 Indian Four cylinder motorcycle was restored by a car guy in central California in the late 1970’s. It won best of show at high-end AACA meet in 1980 and 1981. The bike was lightly ridden and purchased by the current owner in 2001. The bike was weeping oil so the owner had the engine rebuilt by John Eagles. The bike has 130 miles on it since the rebuild. It runs great and is clean through the gears. This beautiful machine shows as well as it rides. It has a clear California Title and current registration.
139 on the working odometer
Fresh paint during the motor rebuild with new stripes to freshen it up. Frame is powder coated. Wheels are the wrong color and should be repainted.
Sheet metal is original and correctly fitted.
Chrome is bright and shiny.
This motorcycle is in excellent mechanical condition with a new motor by John Eagles and a fresh tranny. The bike starts right up as it should and it idles right out.
Wheels & Tires
Tires are Cheng Shin 5.10 X 16 with great tread and sidewall. Rims are painted with painted spokes.
Clean, clear, California Title with current registration
Engine # DCI 253
Frame # 439 264
Valuation Resource Guide
This would rate as a 2+ with a suggested value of $45,500
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