INDIAN MOTORCYCLE INTERNATIONAL SUPPLIERS DIRECTORY
($19.95 plus $5.00 S/H USA) ISBN 0-935151-21-4
A 200-page publication (including over 100 photographs and illustrations) for "Indian Motocycle" aficionados
listing everything from where to purchase a fully restored "Indian Motocycle," manufacturers of new parts,
films, accessories, to memorabilia and museums. The INDIAN MOTORCYCLE INTERNATIONAL SUPPLIERS DIRECTORY
is more of a collectors handbook for Indian Motocycles and reflects worldwide research on where to find just about
anything to do with "Indian Motocycles," not the "new" Indians, but the original models from
the Wigwam in Springfield, Massachusetts. If you are a collector or just someone with an interest in the real "Indian
Motocycles," this handbook needs to be on your shelf.
Frazier says of this publication: "I spent several years researching where to find parts for my Indian
race bike and 1947 Chief. The Internet gave me some leads, but I soon came to learn that a lot of the sources for
parts, basket cases or complete bikes had no interest in being part of the 'information highway' and therefore
were well hidden around the world. We included in the handbook some of the original Indian factory publications,
nearly 100 photographs and illustrations and some fun stories. If you are a fan of the real "Indian Motocycles,"
you should like this book."
($24.95 plus $5.00 S/H USA)
A 60-minute documentary collection of early motorcycling depicting the Iron Men and motorcycles of yesterday.
The video includes rare museum footage from the United States, New Zealand, England and Germany where motorcycles
of all makes and eras are displayed. Also included in VINTAGE IRON are vintage racing, antique restorations
and some genuine old time riders. This documentary film is an adventure into the past that allows the viewer to
enjoy some of the best motorcycles in the world. If you are an antique motorcycle buff, this film should be in
your video library.
Dr. Frazier says of this production: "We had a chance to capture some motorcycling history during the production
and editing of VINTAGE IRON. Some of the collections we filmed will never be together again. Too often we
overlook the contributions made by historical motorcycles, their makers and the Iron Men who rode them as we view
our modern day two-wheel machines. To see a Daimler replica or one of the magnificent Brough-Superiors is an experience
many of us miss, as they are located at the opposite ends of the earth. I lean towards the Indians and Harleys,
but this film is filled with nearly everything ever manufactured."
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