Indian Motorcycle Illustrated – Ed Tortorici’s 1935 Indian Chief “Ready Rider”

Features: Ed’s Ready Rider – Ed Tortorici’s award winning 1935 Indian Chief is always ready to roll; George “Mr. 101” Yarocki – possibly the world’s leading authority on this model; 1924 “Skunkworks” OHV Indian; The Duesenberg of Motorcycles; Bob Markey’s Indian Sales and Service; Tricks of the Tribe Stunt Riding 1911 Single; 1931 Indian 101 Scout; A legendary racer on a ’15 Indian recreates Cannonball Baker’s cross-country run of 1914; Indian’s Military Marvel – the 741A’s development; Ric Brown finally found his “dream bike” this 1952 Warrior Factory Prototype; 1907 Indian Camel Back Twin – a $50 special that Mike Parti couldn’t resist led to this remarkable, rare Indian; more

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Indian Motorcycle Illustrated – Dale Walksler’s 1930 Indian Hillclimber

Contents: Over the Hill – Dale Walksler’s 1930 Indian Hillclimber; Charles B. Franklin – designer of the machines manufactured in Springfield, Massachusetts, during the so-called “classic” period between the wars; Just another Hillclimber? – we think not, R.L. Jones’ Hillclimber is all business; New Indian Motorcycle launched in New Mexico; Wild Bill’s ’05 Indian – a rare Camelback Single from the Big Apple; Indian’s last war cry – say what you will, Dean Black still loves his 1951 Warrior; Indians on the “Wall of Death”; Kevin Hillyard’s 1928 101 Scout; Robert Bruce Bell’s 1950 Indian Chief; Cloud Cushioned Ride – this 1913 Indian Twin boasts more than Indian reliability; Indians in San Buenaventura; Ken Chieffo’s Scout schools the competition; For Competition Only – this 1934 Scout, with rider Rusty Lowry gripping the handlebars, clinched the #1 plate in 1992, lost it in 1993, and wants it back in 1994; more

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Indian Motorcycle Illustrated – George Renfro’s 1936 “Hollywood” Chief

Cover Photo: George Renfro’s 1936 “Hollywood” Chief; Features: A Star is Reborn – George Renfro’s 1936 Chief was a Hollywood extra. Now it’s a show stopper; Belt-Drive Beauty – Mort Wood’s 1912 Single is original and unrestored – down to its belt; Death Rider – Don Miller’s 1930 101 Scout is a true Wall of Death thrill bike; A Family Affair – Eldon Raasch’s 1913 Single is not your average hand me down; Coastal Cruiser – Steve Ciccalone and his 1931 Four are making heads turn all along the eastern seaboard; One Rare Racer – Art Delor’s 1948 Big-Base is a blend of style and speed; People’s Choice – Don Huber’s 1940 Four is dressed to the nines; Royal Air Force Flyer – Denis Chorlton’s 741 B Scout is a WWII veteran; Sturgis; Coda for the Chief – Pat Emick’s 1953 Chief is the last of a great breed; Sidehack Special – Pete Bollenbach’s 1946 Chief/sidecar outfit is as functional as it is beautiful; more

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1994 Summer Indian Motorcycle Illustrated Magazine

Cover: All it takes is one look at Dennis Levine’s 1953 Chief, and you can tell that the Indian marque went out on a good note.

Features: 1953 Indian Chief; Childhood Visions – Stan Janiszewski’s 1931 Indian Four; Shop Profile – History for sale in Sugar Grove – Jim Sutter’s Indian Motorcycle Supply; Rare American Lightweight – Kevin Flanagan’s 1917 Model O Indian; Royal Racer – one of but four alcohol-burning Prince dirt trackers built in 1927; Rare Indian Motor – Milby Jones’ Big-Base Eight Valve; Period Indian Hop-Up – a Crocker OHV conversion for the masses; Bitsa Bandit – the last Sport Scout was built in 1942. This “bitsa” was “accumulated” from earlier components; The Heart of the New Indian – Batten Corp. to manufacture new Indian motor; Model Close-Up – Indian Model 841 transverse V-Twin; Shop Profile – Glen Hartzell’s Indian Reservation; Last of the Big Fours – Bill Eggers’ 1941 hack; more

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