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Indian Motorcycle collection at the Springfield Museum of History in Springfield Mass.










 

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Racing Bike and Carrying Case










 

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Indian Army Motorbike WWII




 

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Hill climb version

 

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Snow Ski's

 

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Since we are on the subject of Indian Motorcycles...I got a chance to get upclose and personal with the Munro Special or more popularly known as the Worlds Fastest Indian.













 

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The Munro Special is currently based in San Louis Obispo California and is ussually on tour around the west coast.

You can find out more about where it will be from Claudia Hoard on facebook. since they are old school
they dont have much internet information out there but Ive been trying to give them
suggestions like using facebook and other means to get the word out.
 

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Thanks for the journey through history!
Thanks. I thought the history of American motorcycles was really cool too.
Many bicycle companies and great names in vehicle engineering continue
to pop up and surprise me.
 
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