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For the preservation and enjoyment of 1928 to 1931 Indian Scout Motocycles
"You can't wear out an Indian Scout"
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  • 15 Jan 2020 2:43 PM | Dennis Westfall

    Greetings fellow 101 Enthusiasts . with warm weather out of the norm the other day here in upstate NEW YORK, I was kicking my '29 101  over when the Kick lever broke off at the pedal . Of course I had two and sold my spare on ebay a few years ago for a whopping $99.00. Now I see there are only the polish reproductions at $375.00. Yikes I have bought stuff from the site. and it is Good quality however that is crazy and does/will welding cast Iron really work, This is a carpenter asking a dumb welding Question Please help with a kicker lever for sale or will other levers fit?

    Thanks Dennis In Rochester

  • 11 Jan 2020 10:07 AM | Wayne Halabura

    I have a new John Brown headlight assy. Fits 1931-1935 scout, chief and 4 cyl. 550.00, a new side stand new fits 32-37 chief and scout 220.00 a new set of running boards for a 31 -37 Indian scout chief or 4 200.00, and lastly a complete exhaust system for a 1928-1930 101 scout. 300.00

    If you would like photos please email me at 

  • 10 Jan 2020 4:34 PM | Jack Yeghoian

    Recently completed full restoration of seven years. Engine and transmission

    completely rebuilt by Randy Walker. Original Splitdorf DU7 generator and

    magnito. For Information and photos, contact me at

  • 16 Dec 2019 6:27 PM | Wayne Halabura

    I’m looking for a 1930 or 1931 Indian 4 motorcycle. If you have a project, or restored bike that you are considering selling please call me or email. 
    thank you, Wayne 



  • 10 Dec 2019 9:25 AM | Pete Boyd

    Anyone have one or know of the size/type that could be bought through a hardware source?

  • 09 Dec 2019 10:18 PM | Anonymous

    Hi all, I’m new to the group and recently acquired a 29 101. I’m looking for a front brake lever and an ever elusive of front light. Let me know what you guys have or places to look. Thanks in advance 

  • 26 Sep 2019 10:25 PM | Jimmy Allison

    I've been approached by a gentleman who is parting out a 101 Scout.  I'm concerned about being ripped off.  Has anyone been approached by a Fogleton Atwood.  Here's an image of his bike I found on google images from several years ago.  

  • 27 Aug 2019 4:08 PM | Anonymous

    Hello all,

    I am in the market for a 101 Scout preferably either restored or original but must be complete and running. I am based in Australia but happy to travel and import the right bike.

    Thanks in Advance


  • 03 Aug 2019 12:49 PM | Anonymous

    Hi everyone! 

    Ive had a few people look at my crankcase half (the left side) and they have condemned one of the cracks as being fatal. At some point, my family had the bushing end bored out and an oversized bushing installed, and it cracked the drive flange( the part where the clutch housing attaches). Does anyone have any leads on a crankcase half or crankcase that’s repairable? Thanks!

    i looked at the amca meet in wauseon and plan on going to Iowa this year in search of one. 

    Matt h

  • 22 Mar 2019 6:00 PM | Anonymous

    I started the restoration a long time ago and only got a little way through it. I'm happy to answer any questions and send pics. This beauty needs someone to get it back on the road.


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