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1968 Indian “Super” Scout
1968 Indian “Super” Scout
1968 Indian “Super” Scout
1968 Indian “Super” Scout
1968 Indian “Super” Scout
1968 Indian “Super” Scout
1968 Indian “Super” Scout
1968 Indian “Super” Scout 1968 Indian “Super” Scout 1968 Indian “Super” Scout 1968 Indian “Super” Scout 1968 Indian “Super” Scout 1968 Indian “Super” Scout

1968 Indian "Super" Scout

During the 1960s, as automotive publisher Floyd Clymer was importing British and Italian motorcycles under the Indian name, Sammy Pierce began one of the first legitimate attempts to revive the production of Indian motorcycles under the traditional American Indian Motorcycle Co. (AIMCO) name. After obtaining a manufacturing license in 1968, Pierce used leftover genuine Indian parts to produce a limited number of Indian Chiefs and Scouts, including a handful of Super Scouts, which featured Pierce’s own unique fuel tank and seat combination.

Collection of Larry Fleece and sons

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