Allen Motorcycle Museum

Indian Warrior 1951


"Joey's Indian"

This superb restoration by Bolenbach Engineering cost almost $17,000. Students of the Indian marque will tell you that the Warrior was the most robust example of the vertical twin line built by Indian from 1948 to 1953.

The machine has low miles and was used by Joey at many AMCA road runs - and it runs just as well now as it did then! Accessories for the vertical twin Indians are rare enough, and this one includes light
bar, windshield, luggage rack and even a set of the 1952 police running boards.

This bike has been featured in numerous magazine articles and is possibly the finest vertical twin Indian in existence. It was sold for an undisclosed sum in February 1999 by the Allen Museum.

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