Some light reading for those of you who have finished, or want a break from your other motorcycling projects.
Whereas Harley Davidson had their official owners magazine called The Enthusiast, Indians official trumpet was the Indian News. It was published every second month, this one being for November/December 1931, and is full of riveting news of the day including photographs of happy Indian riders, a road test of the new 1932 Indian 74, article on the 3 wheel Dispatch Tow (also known as a Servicar by some) and Indian riders in Japan. Especially important in this issue is the release of the new models for 1932 complete with some of the 50 new features introduced on their machines.
Riding your Indian from the front porch. Wonder if it comes with a rocking chair?
And on the back page is an excellent picture of the 1932 Indian 4.
Something for everyone. Enjoy.
Click on the front cover below to see the 23 page catalogue.
It is a 13M PDF so you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view it.