Indian 4 / William Eggers

Shown here is either straight-to-hell blasphemy on two wheels or a pretty cool piece, depending upon your sensibilities. It began life as a 1930 Indian 4, Springfield’s first-gen four-cylinder, which had design roots back to Ace and before that Henderson. Today a showroom-stock Indian 4 can bring upwards of $65,000, making it a genuine blue-chip collectible. What we have here is most assuredly not a showroom-stocker. It was built from a rusty basketcase in the 1990s by New York City carpenter and skilled part-time customizer William Wild Bill Eggers — via Bike EXIF

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  1. Paul

    22 August 2012 at 6.57 pm



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