1939 Indian Four 4 Cyclinder Motorcycle

by CHRISTIAN P

Fully Restored Four 4 Cyclinder 1939 Indian Motorcycle

Fully Restored Four 4 Cyclinder 1939 Indian Motorcycle

The 1939 Indian Four 4 Cylinder motorcycle is the product of a restoration that I believe turned out beautifully! The antique Indian motorcycle for sale has indicated and pampered and the current mileage registers as 0 miles.

The VIN number of this old Indian reads DCI213. There is no warranty and that's not surprising since I highly doubt there was such a thing as a warranty back in 1939 when the motorcycle was manufactured. The Indian's vehicle title is clear.


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In spite of its pristine condition I would have to list the condition of the motorcycle as used. The engine size of this elegant old touring motorcycle is 1265 cc. As you can see from the pictures of the motorcycle, the exterior color is a very light antique tan.

If you have any questions regarding what went into the restoration, advice on good places to locate old Indian motorcycle parts , e-mail me your questions using the space below that has been provided by GoGoCycles Used Indian Motorcycles for Sale (and don't neglect to include your contact information in your email or to provide a phone number or email address!) so that I can respond with answers to your questions as quickly as possible.

I hate to brag but I believe that this bike turned out so well that it would be virtually impossible to find a more beautiful vintage Indian motorcycle on Craigslist or on Ebay!

GoGoCycles would also encourage bikers to share their own opinions on how the restoration of this 1939 Indian Four 4 Cyclinder Motorcycle turned out!



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check em out NEW
by: Anonymous

http://www.legendaryfind.com

They post to facebook as I am about to for this beautiful bike!

music does not change
by: Anonymous

I found this bike for sale in indonesia 5 years ago,offered at a ridicolous amount. I contacted the seller, and proposed him to fly there immediately . I clarified that I was prone to pay the full amount cash at one condition : " right hand I pay , left hand I bring the bike ". The Answer was astonishing : he preferred a partial down payment by western union , instead that immediate full amount cash(i was ready to fly there in 3 hours!!) now 5 years have gone, MAYBE the seller is changed , but the music seems the same ...

SCAM
by: Anonymous

This guy is scum of the earth. Total scam this bike belongs to a guy in NY. This guy I customer is a fraud. Dont ever buy anything outside the US with HD or Indians if the price is cheap. I have shopped around and bought Indians and these people always have some story like husband died and the bike is in one location and they are in another ect. they will guilt trip you and make up a story so you feel bad for them. If it's to good to be true IT ALWAYS IS!!!

Wanna trade
by: Todd

Ill trade ya a 1929 model A 2 door Fully restord and perfect !!!! LOL

CHEAP INDIAN CHIEF
by: Clayton

CHEAP INDIAN CHIEF? There's no such thing, the old adage "If it´s too good to be true it probably is" should have been a red flag to everyone. I mean, $12,500 including shipping for a bike worth 4 or 5 times that? Give your head a shake!

The guy had this and a red 39 Indian Four for sale on bikerbid. The red one was only $9500 including shipping. The ad said Indonesia but had a map of Juarez, Mexico, another red flag. Out of boredom I contacted him. He gave me one name when I used one computer and another when I used a different computer.

Later he said that Christian was his son. Mind you, he did send me two pieces of photo ID. He said one bike was on one island, the other on another island quite some distance away - hmmm.

Always he wanted the full price by Western Union - another red flag. When I finally said that my embassy had given me a list of all the lawyers in Indonesia and that I would contract one to act as my agent he suddenly told me the bikes were sold. However, I understand that he is still advertising these cheap Indian Chiefs for sale.

On a similar note another seller in Indonesia wanted to sell me his "friend´s" 41FL in a 37 chassis, very nicely done up as a complete army bike. But only $9000? Try 3 times that price and THAT WOULD STILL BE be a cheap Indian Chief.

He was happy to have me come and look at it though so don´t know if he was trying to psych me out or what. He would not use escrow though and when I suggested the lawyer bit he said the bike was sold. In looking over the quality photos he sent I could see that the bike looked to be in some kind of a museum, as there was a WLA on either side, both also in top condition. He had responded to an old ad of mine on George´s offering me four 45s, all in nice conditon and cheap but all the VINs had been restamped ie a "WLA" stamped 42WLJEC - hmmm, restamped for Indonesian registry maybe? Mind you, the bikes all had Indonesian licence plates and there was plenty of evidence in the photos that his and his friend´s bikes were actually in Indonesia. Here in Mexico I´ve found occasional deals on old bikes, so I´m sure there´s still lots of sleepers and barn finds out there but use common sense before handing over money for these bogus cheap Indian Chief motorcycle ads.

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FRAUD! FRAUD! FRAUD!
by: Clayton

The old adage "If it´s too good to be true it probably is" should have been a red flag to everyone. I mean, $12,500 including shipping for a bike worth 4 or 5 times that? Give your head a shake! The guy had this and a red 39 Indian Four for sale on bikerbid. The red one was only $9500 including shipping. The ad said Indonesia but had a map of Juarez, Mexico, another red flag. Out of boredom I contacted him. He gave me one name when I used one computer and another when I used a different computer. Later he said that Christian was his son. Mind you, he did send me two pieces of photo ID. He said one bike was on one island, the other on another island quite some distance away - hmmm. Always he wanted the full price by Western Union - another red flag. When I finally said that my embassy had given me a list of all the lawyers in Indonesia and that I would contract one to act as my agent he suddenly told me the bikes were sold. However, I understand that he is still advertising them.... On a similar note another seller in Indonesia wanted to sell me his "friend´s" 41FL in a 37 chassis, very nicely done up as a complete army bike. But only $9000? Try 3X that. He was happy to have me come and look at it though so don´t know if he was trying to phsyc me out or what. He would not use escrow though and when I suggested the lawyer bit he said the bike was sold. In looking over the quality photos he sent I could see that the bike looked to be in some kind of a museum, as there was a WLA on either side, both also in top condition. He had responded to an old ad of mine on George´s offering me four 45s, all in nice conditon and cheap but all the VINs had been restamped ie a "WLA" stamped 42WLJEC - hmmm, restamped for Indonesian registry maybe? Mind you, the bikes all had Indonesian licence plates and there was plenty of evidence in the photos that his and his friend´s bikes were actually in Indonesia. Here in Mexico I´ve found occaisional deals on old bikes, so I´m sure there´s still lots of sleepers and barn finds out there but use common sense before handing over money. claytonrestall@hotmail.com

Fraudster still at it
by: Graham

This fake seller saying that he has the 1939 Indian Motorcycle for sale just won't quit will he? Even after being exposed he still wants people to believe that he has this bike in his possession even after absolute and undeniable proof is put in front of him. He must have a huge set. Any potential victims should ask him to take a photo of himself on this alleged bike with a current newspaper or similar. I bet you never get a reply like me. He's full of excuses and always pushes for the 10% deposit no matter what you say. I even offered to hand him the cash in full in person upon inspection but he still wanted the 10% deposit via electronic transfer first and didn't want me to travel to Makassar. Remember this little man has many names and places of abode in his ads.

FRAUDSTER! BEWARE OF THIS SCAM
by: Graham

The guy who posted this ad doesn't own the 1939 Indian Motorcycle for sale in this classified! BEWARE OF THIS SCAM!

This guy is a little master of fraud and untruths. Even when speaking with him on the phone he still insisted the 1939 Indian with the engine number DCI 213 was his and in Makassar, Indonesia. A little trolling through the interenet and I found the real owner who is still in possession of the bike in the US.

This fraudster, using the email address of icostumer@gmail.com, uses the alias of Rindu Sentosa, Christian P and Hendro Satria so far. His habit is to ask for a 10% deposit to be placed directly into his account via electronic transfer and once the funds are deposited he said that he would send a contract of sale.

He does not want you to come and see the bike beforehand. He copied all his photographs of the bike, engine number, frame number and certificate of title from the website http://www.indian-bobbers.com/indian_1939/1939_Indian_Four_4-cylinder_Motorcycle_by_Steve.php.

If it wasn't for locating that website and Steve I could very well have been another victim of this thief.

Indian
by: Indian Seller

What do you talking about scam??? I'm serious seller and the owner of the bike.

Thanks

1939 indian
by: Anonymous

This classified ad for a 1939 Indian Chief for sale may be a scam as I have seen the very same motorcycle listed as available on another site with a different owner and different location. Potential buyers (as always) beware.

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