Indian Scout Junior

1940

  • 1940 Indian Scout Junior at the Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin
  • 1940 Indian Scout Junior at the Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin
  • 1940 Indian Scout Junior at the Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin
  • 1940 Indian Scout Junior at the Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin
  • 1940 Indian Scout Junior at the Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin
  • 1940 Indian Scout Junior at the Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin
  • 1940 Indian Scout Junior at the Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin
  • 1940 Indian Scout Junior at the Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin
  • 1940 Indian Scout Junior at the Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin
  • 1940 Indian Scout Junior at the Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin
  • The Scout was built by the Indian Motorcycle Company from 1920 to 1949
  • It rivaled the Chief as Indian’s most important model
  • The 101 Scout, made from 1928 to 1931, has been called the best motorcycle Indian ever made
  • A second line of Scouts, with lighter frames and reduced engine displacements, was introduced in 1932
  • Production of these continued until the end of civilian production in 1942
  • This Scout was converted to a “bobber” post WWII and painted with the owner’s war time bomber nose art
  • It was featured in the “Art of Motorcycle” at the Guggenheim museum of Art in New York