Indian Powerplus

1920


  • Produced during the heyday of Indian production
  • The side valve design featured a totally enclosed valve system that protected it from dust and other debris
  • Documented and originally registered in Randers, Denmark on May 8, 1921
  • The “Powerplus” 1000 cc V-Twin was a very reliable and powerful engine known for its removable cylinder head and upward facing valves that sat off to the side of the piston (a flathead)
  • It proved itself in both endurance and high-speed racing setting records and winning events
  • It was restored in the 1980’s by a collector in Europe and purchased by the Swedish MC Collection in 1999