The 1942 Indian Model 741 motorcycle was a military bike built for use in World War II. The 741 is based on a civilian Thirty-Fifty model. It used Indian's conventional V-twin design with a hand-shifted three-speed transmission with a foot-operated clutch. Our 741 model is handcrafted of metal. It is painted grey and has a scale of 1:7. It features intricate details such as spoke wheels, seat, lightweight frame, pedals, storage compartment, and a windscreen. A must-have for the collector and enthusiast!
â€¢ 100% iron frame â€¢ Metal wheels â€¢ Wheels roll â€¢ Decaled insignia â€¢ Exterior details such as the gun and ammo pouches are securely welded on
The Indian Scout is a motorcycle built by the Indian Motorcycle Company from 1920 to 1949. It rivaled the Chief as Indian's most important model. The 1942 Indian Model 741 motorcycle was a military bike built for use in World War II. The 741 is based on a civilian Thirty-Fifty model. It used Indian's conventional V-twin design with a hand-shifted three-speed transmission with a foot-operated clutch. Quoted military Indian production was close to 10,000 units in 1942, the vast majority for US Army or use by allies. But a few Chiefs were hitched to sidecars, painted gray, and used by the US Navy. Between 2001 and 2003, the Indian Motorcycle Company of America, based in Gilroy, California, built a Scout model using a proprietary engine and transmission parts.
12" x 4.75" x 5.75"
8" x 7" x 0"
This product is shipped from our supplier's warehouse in Ontario, CA, United States
This product is brand new and includes the manufacturer's warranty, so you can buy with confidence.
A 25% handling charge is levied against all authorized returns except those due to our error. Unauthorized returns are subject to a 40% handling charge. Damages & defects must be reported to us within 14 days.