That Indian sure is beautiful. My brother-in law has a few of them. He sold one a couple years back to buy a Viper. Don't know if he still has them, but he has (had?) 5 Maxwells and half of another one. He remodeled his house and made a heated garage out of one of the bedrooms for his 57 T-Bird. He keeps his pair of restored to the max identical His & Hers 65 Plymouth convertibles in his garage with the Maxwells, Plymouth's, and Indians. And no telling what else. He lives in the North East. Not down here by usun's poor folks. You're doing a great job on yours. Keep plugging away.
Sounds like your brother in law has some nice toys. I also Have
a 1937 Indian Junior Scout that is basicaly done. The Chief is easy to get parts for ,but the Junior I had to make a lot of its parts.
:clap: Good looking Indian Rod, Lotta work Huh!?, but it will be super nice-er when you are finished with it.__ Didn`t some U.S. Company start making them again a year or two ago?. Seems like I heard them advertised on the radio.
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