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For the preservation and enjoyment of 1928 to 1931 Indian Scout Motocycles
"You can't wear out an Indian Scout"
  • 18 Jan 2017 10:12 PM | Jimmy Allison

    I'm looking to purchase a cam cover to assemble an static engine from my parts that are too bad to use. 

    email address changed 2/7/2019

  • 17 Jan 2017 10:23 AM | Anonymous

    I have a 1931 heavy spoke Front wheel that I would like to swap for a small spoke Front wheel 1929-1930 Let me know if you are interested.

    Thank you

  • 20 Dec 2016 11:51 PM | Chris Matthieu

    I'm looking for 1 front wheel and 2 rear wheels.  Please let me know if you have any leads.

  • 13 Dec 2016 5:41 PM | Anonymous
    In need of cluster and slider gear set for transmission rebuild.  Contact



  • 30 Oct 2016 9:01 AM | Tim Raindle (Administrator)

    I have two hi quality repro shortnose seats for sale, appropriate for 35-37 chiefs and scouts. Both available at cost price, $350 US + shipping, East coast USA. 

    Contact me via email for pics.

    Tim R

  • 20 Oct 2016 1:13 AM | Anonymous

    Looking for a older restoration or an original condition 1928 Indian 101 Scout 750cc.

    Buyer is located in Australia but happy to ship from anywhere. Please let me know of any original condition 1928 101 that may be for sale.

    Bike needs to a complete runner, please contact directly or through this post.


    Perth Australia

  • 30 Sep 2016 2:00 PM | Anonymous

    For sale unrestored Mesinger seat Nr. 2, need some work or to fit on your unrestored Indian Scout.

  • 30 Sep 2016 1:56 PM | Anonymous

    Searching for a front cylinder 25 B 27 in good condition.

  • 30 Sep 2016 8:32 AM | Danny Marks
    I'm looking for a Schebler DLX64 or DLX51 for a '29 101 Scout.  i still have the original white metal carb. which become brittle as the years progress.  Any assistance here will be well received.  I may be contacted via this email



  • 24 Sep 2016 10:43 PM | Deleted user

    I am reluctantly offering my 1929 101 Scout due to health reasons.

    All the expensive and time consuming work of finding and purchasing the right parts and doing the machine work has been done.

    • Motor number DGP7597
    • Purchased as a basket case from Christian Timmerman, Berlin, Germany in 2005
    • Motor and transmission overhauled by Michael Schneider, ProfBikes, Frankfurt, Germany
    • Correct Splitdorf DU-7 generator
    • Schebler DLX-64 carburettor
    • Splitdorf NS-2 Magneto
    • new Mesinger 3 seat
    • working Corbin speedometer
    • Original sheet metal and tanks repaired, blasted and primer painted
    • Frame blasted and primer painted
    • New reproduction chain guard from Ziggy's Motorworks, South Colby, Washington, USA
    • New rims painted black with stainless spokes and new Coker Diamond Treat tyres 4.00x18"
    • Reproduction bullet type headlight
    • Most smaller parts, nuts, oil lines, exhaust, muffler purchased from Randy Walker, Walker Machine, New Braintree, Massachusetts, , USA 
    • Reproduction dashboard with new light switch and ammeter purchased from Christian Timmerman, Berlin, Germany
    • Taillight with clear glass cup, Culver Stearns Mfg, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA - reproduction
    • All parts faithfully fitted and nickel plated with high focus on a authentic restauration according to WOW Shop Manual 
    • I moved to New Zealand in 2011 and brought the bike into the country
    • New Zealand Customs documents are available

    What you see on the photos is what you get and additionally the following smaller parts:
    • New wiring harness
    • New chain
    • Petcocks for petrol and oil shut-off
    • New nickel plated oil lines and gas line
    • Brackets for magneto and carburettor wires and tool box, all nickel plated
    • Speedometer drive gear, nickel plated
    • Working Corbin speedometer with bevelled glass and nickel plated mounting bracket
    • Black speedometer cable
    • Generator belt guard
    This makes the motorcycle 99% complete I suppose and it only needs to be painted and probably some nuts and bolts need to be nickel plated or replaced.

    I can assist shipping of this bike worldwide through professional courier service at buyers expense. Contact me if you have any questions. I am a reasonable person and as long as the communication channels are open and clear, I have no problems accommodating special circumstances.

    Photos can be found here 1929 101 photos or drop me an email and I send them to you.



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