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MotorcyclesFor Sale: A Fully Restored 1929 Indian 101 Scout, With Provenance

18:45  20 may  2019
18:45  20 may  2019 Source:   rideapart.com

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The Indian 101 Scout was on the expensive side for a motorcycle back in the day, but it was the Now that you know all of that about the 101 Scout in general, and George Yarocki, the man who restored the very bike that is for sale , you can decide whether it’s worth calling the number in the ad.

For Sale : A Fully Restored 1929 Indian 101 Scout , With Provenance . It's so pretty, and if you want to get into a good, reliable chunk of motorcycle history it would be hard to do better than this restored Indian 101 Scout .

For Sale: A Fully Restored 1929 Indian 101 Scout, With Provenance© RideApart.com/Hersteller 1929 Indian 101 scout 1

It was restored by the foremost Indian 101 Scout expert.

If you’re looking to own a piece of Indian Motorcycle history, you could hardly do better than this 1929 101 Scout we've been alerted to on the Motorious site. I would say it’s been fully restored but that doesn’t come close to telling the whole story. This is one of the Indian 101 Scouts that George Yarocki restored.

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The Indian 101 Scout was on the expensive side for a motorcycle back in the day, but it was the most reliable bike on the road and it won a bunch of races because of that legendary reliability. That’s not to say it was faster than its competition, but it did run long enough to make it to the finish line which is more than most other manufacturers could say. It is widely regarded as the best bike Indian ever built.

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For Sale : A Fully Restored 1929 Indian 101 Scout , With Provenance . It was restored by the foremost Indian 101 Scout expert.

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The true 101 Scout was only produced from 1928 until 1932, when the shortages of World War Two forced Indian’s hand and stopped production of the bike (though Indian did stuff the motor into a Chief). The lead engineer for the 101 was a former Scout racer, and he brought his racing experience into the design of the 101. The revisions to the original Scout that created the 101 included a better suspension, better steering, increased fork rake, a stiffer frame, a 3-inch longer wheelbase and a front brake (the original Scout had only a contracting-band rear brake, while the 101 has a front drum brake as well).

But wait, you say: who’s George Yarocki? Unfortunately he passed away in 2016 at the age of 88, but he was the world’s foremost expert on Indian Motorcycles, called the “Godfather of the 101 Scout,” and literally wrote the book on the 101. A Torrington, Connecticut native, Yarocki’s expertise drew 101 Scout owners from all over the world to his shop not just to repair their motorcycles, but to teach them to do it in the process, too. This is the most unusual thing I have heard a niche shop owner doing, but antique Indian motorcycle owners have sung his praises for the practice. At completion, not only do they then have a repaired or restored motorcycle, but they know how it was done and can carry that knowledge and be more confident about being able to work on their own machine. You should definitely read all about the man here.

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Indian 101 scout 1929 600 cc as found in shed sitting for 30 years bike has been cleaned and sprayed with lubricant spray. motor was removed from bike and dismantled and clean and checked. all cases and from Adam, dated 29 April 2019 I want know if the bike is stille for sale Indian scout 101 .

This 1928 Indian 101 Scout Motorcycle (DGP) is a pedigreed motorcycle from the Harry V Sucher collection, Harry V Sucher. Johnny Eagles was commissioned to pull the bike from the entanglement of the weeds and restore it. This was the first of many motorcycles that Johnny Eagles restored for

Now that you know all of that about the 101 Scout in general, and George Yarocki, the man who restored the very bike that is for sale, you can decide whether it’s worth calling the number in the ad. You know what they say, though, about having to ask about prices.

Source: Motorious, RideCT, YouTube, Hemmings Motor News, American Motorcyclist

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