The Indian Scout is a motorcycle built by the Indian Motocycle Company from 1920 to 1949. It rivaled the Chief as Indian’s most important model.
The Scout 600 was restored a few years ago and is in running condition. It is equipped with a hand horn, Corbin speedometer, Splitdorf magneto and a comfortable pillion seat. The Indian has a VMCC dating certificate and has papers from UK.
This bike has full equipment and is fitted with a lighting set, Schebler carburetor and a Corbin speedo. It is waiting to be driven on the road.
Designed by Charles B. Franklin,the Scout was introduced in October 1919 as a 1920 model. The Scout had a sidevalve V-twin engine with its transmission bolted to the engine casing, allowing a geared primary drive – the only American v-twin to use this maintenance-free system.