I am asking $16500.00 O.B.O. for this, get on it and ride with a big smile on your face as people wont be able to figure out what you are riding. I have a clear N.Jand the title is in my name, I never post Serial Numbers since there is no available car fax this was last ridden in 2004. It has been collecting rust and dust since then. I have a reserve on this if you are serious contact me via e-mail. I also have the listed on Cra1g$li$t . I reserve the right to cancel this auction @ anytime! Please read to the bottom of this listing! I will assist in preparing this for shipping at a rate not yet determined. This will depend on your preferences. Features:
57+ C.I. Strocker motor polished rods and flywheels balanced @ 60%. Chevy S.S. Valves with Hardened seats. Polished heads. Ported intake & ported & polished exhaust J&E .030 pistons Delran wrist pin bushings (no Clips) Custom S.S. intake manifold Ram air style. S.U. Carburetor. With Kawasaki fuel pump. Strait exhaust 1ĺ ď All controls are Harley Davidson R/H spark L/H Throttle. Front and rear disc Brakes with S.S. brake lines. Oil pump was N.O.S. & has S.S. oil lines. Most all bolts are S.S. Marzocchi Ti/ Mag. 37mm frt. end Dunlop tires 100/90-19 57H (road gripping) H/D Mag. wheels 42T. rear sprocket / 18 frt. . . . I have others from 14- 28T Safety wired Inner primary shoe is UHMW (ultra High Molecular Weight) (2x more durable than Teflon/ Zytel) needs no lubrication. Rear brake master under floor boards. 1937 Indian original tanks. Frame & fenders powder coated. Frt. Fender H/D. ducktail. Rear fender H/D Sportster. Chain guard customized for easy removal of final drive sprocket. Die hard Battery (needs replacement). Jockey shifter / knob from 1926 chief Speedo & tach. Actual mileage 461.6 mi. Frt. Wheel drive Speedo Amp. Housing is from a Packard piston attached to an H/D speedometer housing. Distributor is N.O.S. the control arm is off a Aermacchi 350 speedometer housing bracket. The frame is a 741 added fish plate between top & bottom frame bars between tanks for strength / S.S. struts were added to rear section of frame.Ok here is the story:
I bought this in 2001 for $XXXXX.xx amount of dollars. It was a frame, engine, stock front fork wheels, and gas tanks. When I had my shop I advertized in Indian illustrated a dude from a town not far from my shop came by and offered it to me, and gave me a short story how he got it. It went something like this he had it for 5 years and being a Harley man had no idea of how to repair or restore thatís what he wanted to do. Since he didnít have enough parts to do a decent restore, I bought it from him, anyhow he bought it from some guy in South Jersey near Holmdel who was going through a D I V O R C E and sold it to him. After buying from I called my good friend over to look at the new toy, as we examined it I noticed that the screws holding the oil pump on were loose removing them and the cam cover we discovered N.O.S. Bonn. Cams (True) when the oil pump came off the breather disc was taped to the pump and the 12-24 screws were NO.S. Also looking thru the oil drain was sludge. Once separating the cases we found Swiss Cheesed flywheels... Ok now putting 2+3 together and knowing where it originally came from I made some phone calls and found out it was one of the Collivetto brothers old project bike. So since it was not all there IE; parts and I didnít like the stock frt. Fork this is what I came up with. Now I have screwed around with Indians since 1970 and have been laughed at by H/D dealers and Assoc. that you could not use H/D parts on an Indian, well here it is a Scoutster. Well thatís the short story I could go on n on but that will be in my book. This was the most funnest project I ever did. Sorry to see it go.
Now if you email me or ask me questions about the various H/D parts that are on this I really havenít a clue as to what year or maybe even mdl. You see I never owned a Harley b/4 and never had any interest in them. So look at the pictures I have many and you can email me to down load to you or Iíll try to place some more on Flicker. (Digital Road Kill).