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 See contact info below (some are posted for friends/customers, as are some of the parts).
Used Original Indian Parts
 I have more photos of most of these parts. info@indianpartseurope.com
Click to view full-size 1947 Chief
For sale in Paris, France.

SOLD
 

Click to view full-size 1934 Ford Hotrod
Not an Indian, but almost as cool as one. Traditional hotrod 1934 Ford pickup. The real thing, built with period Ford parts. Flathead V8, dropped front axle, juice brakes,  tastefully chopped original cab etc. More pictures and info here
SOLD
Click to view full-size 1922 Scout
For sale in Paris, France.

SOLD

Click to view full-size 1928 101 Engine Kit
The basic parts to build a 750cc 101 stroker engine. All the rest of the parts are available new from IPE, and any machining work you want help with can be done here as well. More pictures and info here SOLD
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Fantastic Four!
Indian/NSU Motorcycle For Sale.

A reinterpretation of the classic American Four Cylinder Motorcycle that ruled the road in the 1920s.

The OHC 1000cc air cooled four cylinder NSU engine has all the smooth power anyone could ever need, and German reliability too. 

The 4-speed overdrive gearbox ensures stress free cruising, and the shaft drive and Bosch electrics stress free maintenance. 

Super handling, steering and comfort from long wheelbase and classic Indian leaf spring forks. 

Tanks and magnificent finned sump are cast aluminum, and totally unique. SOLD

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Part 5 (with links to 1-4) of the story on VI.
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Indian Woodsman 1955. 500cc genuine Indian badged Bullet engine. Complete with all correct UK paperwork (bike is in UK). Totally restored in 2005 by vintage enthusiast. It is in good running order and great condition having been hardly used. I can deliver bike to France in July if this helps any potential buyer. Email owner: fgrassi55@hotmail.com
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1935 Chief Bobbed Chopper (Sam Pierce style) Project

Another Indian project from Tony in Yorkshire. For sale as it is. Tony said: "I think customers get more pleasure when they complete the bikes themselves, put their own mark on it and also break down the costs into stages". SOLD

 
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1928 101 Chassis Kit 
Brand new rolling chassis. This was to have been my own 101, but maybe it is time to find it a new home.Note that there are a few "Burt Munro" style holes in some parts. Apart from that, everything is as original - detail pix of frame and forks on the 101 page. SOLD
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1930 101 Project

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An original 45"/750cc 1930 101 project from Tony in Yorkshire. 

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More from Tony in Yorkshire. This time a cool flat track racer!

1937 Sport Scout engine in post war "TT Warrior" frame.  SOLD

Meanwhile, the 1937 Chief, the BSA 3-wheeler and the 1928 101 (below) have all found new homes. 
 

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Here's a nice collection of Indians (well, and a BSA) for sale in the UK (Yorkshire), with something for everyone. 

Super cool 1937 Chief project bike with 1939 engine. SOLD

1928 600cc 101 Scout currently undergoing a full restoration. SOLD

And now for something completely different! - a neat 1935 BSA 3-wheeler. Up and running, and sure to turn a few heads. SOLD
 

Click to view full-size 1925 Indian Prince
Model L. Looks like a recent barn find. Motor, trans, and chassis completely restored with careful attention to keep the wonderful patina. Export model with hand and foot brake, sold new by Indian dealer in La Louvriere, Belgium (brass dealer plate on front fender). SOLD
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1939 (rear frame is 1935) with lots of neat touches, like the rare DLX-110 Schebler carb and other parts. This is an older restoration. Starts and runs well. Bike is in Germany, crating and shipping can probably be arranged. SOLD
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Click to view full-size Scout 101 1928 Short Frame
Unrestored Bike, nearly complete with all parts.The 600cc/37" motor is in good condition, but needs work to bring back on the road. 
SOLD  More pictures here
Click to view full-size 1921 Scout 
Nice early Scout project.

Chassis, engine, trans and parts (see photos).

SOLD  More pictures here

Click to view full-size 1921 PP Sidecar
Nice and complete sidecar, ready to go on your 1917-23 Powerplus - and off you and your sweetheart ride into the sunset! (or something) 

SOLD  More pictures here

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Powerplus Manifold
I believe this manifold will fit most (all?) Powerplus models. If you need any measurements to confirm this just ask. 

Good condition. Quite a lot of original nickel plating still on it. Nuts look good too. 

EUR300.00 (EU), EUR240.00 (World)

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These Chief tanks look like they may be from 1940, but will fit most late Chiefs up to 1948 where the speedo and instrument panel changed (up to 1953 if you use the earlier panel). Please note that nobody knows what is under the paint on these tanks, so assume the worst (dents, holes, rust, a complete rebuild...). I have had them for years and have just used them for mockups, giving them a fresh coat of primer from time to time. Still, if you want original tanks, these are a place to start. EUR350.00 (EU), EUR280.00 (World)
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2 Corbin Speedos
For sale by customer in Croatia.
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SOLD (both of them)
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1927 or early 1928 Leaf Spring Forks
Very good condition. If you need forks for a 1928 to 1931 101, I think the only difference is that the 1928-31 forks have an anchor lug on the right hand fork leg for the front brake. But please do your homework to make sure, if this is what you need forks for. Forks are in Slovenia, but can be sent anywhere. SOLD
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Powerplus Ammeter
I believe this Splitdorf ammeter was used on 1917 to 1919 Powerplus with electrical equipment. The 1917 factory information here clearly shows this ammeter, and I think it was used until the Hoyt meter came in 1920. I have never seen one of these for sale - except when I bought this one many years ago - and I don't expect to find another, so... SOLD
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Scout Manifold
I believe this manifold was used on Scouts in 1920, 1921 and 1922. Note bracket for valve lifter cable. Nice condition, with some original nickel plating still on it. One nut a bit chewed up, but usable. Or use the other as sample for a new one. All original screws present. 
SOLD
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Excelsior Manifold
I believe this manifold is for an early 1920s "Big X" Excelsior (the one in the pic is 1921), but I am open to correction. If you need any measurements to confirm this just ask. Reasonable condition, good nuts, but needs smoothening and PEEK cones. EUR200.00 (EU), EUR160.00 (World).
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Servicar(?) Manifold
I think this may be for a Servicar, but that is just a guess. It looks like a WL manifold, but smaller. Flange is for a 1" Linkert  instead of the 1-1/4" M88 of the WLs. If you can identify this manifold, please let me know what it is. Seems to be in good condition. EUR125.00 (EU), EUR100.00 (World).
Click to view full-size Cast iron pistons for 1922-28 61" (1000cc) Chief. Will also fit Powerplus. At the bottom of the skirt they are about 80.50 mm, which translates to about .040" O/S on the stock 3-1/8" bore. They look pretty good. New rings needed. SOLD
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1928-31 37" (600cc) 101 flywheel assembly. Can be used for earlier Scouts too, the main difference being that the 101 has a drilled flywheel for big end lubrication. Usually the early "open" flywheels are cracked when found, but these look OK; I haven't been able to find any cracks. But of course both the wheels and rods will need a full rebuild. IPE has the parts for this, and could even rebuild them for you (I'd need to know the weight of your pistons for balancing the wheels). SOLD
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More used parts coming soon

Fiberglass fender set, 1940-53? These are, of course, not original in the sense that they were made at the Wigwam, but you could call them original in the sense that most other people now have steel fenders! They were taken off a 1941 Chief, but I suspect they could be adapted to almost any model and year. Fairly good condition, but could do with a bit of fettling. Note that the chain guard has a nifty cut away for lubing the chain(?). Apart from being a cheap alternative to steel fenders, they are also a lot lighter (5 Kg for all 3 parts, actually), so if you are building a racer... SOLD

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