1918 Indian Twin Board-Track Racer

Mar 28, 2018

Category: Rides

Though short-lived, the brief era of board-track racing was one that indeed drew considerable attention from American motorcycle enthusiasts, as well as the likes of Indian who – in response – built out this twin board-track racer for the competition.

As a century-old build, this original 1918 model was at the time dissembled for safe-keeping. Now, the fully restored and reassembled motorcycle is up for sale and boasts a majority of its original parts – with the exception of the gas tank, handlebars, two pistons, front fork and the rear stand. And while these components were rebuilt during the restoration process, all boast the original specs. However, other elements of the bike – including the frame, motor, seat, front rim, and tires – remain entirely original making this one fine rare collector’s item.

Purchase: $150,000

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