1941 Indian 741 Military
During WWII, Indian produced approximately 40,000 of their 500cc Model 741 units that were pressed in to service all around the world to conflict the “Axis of Evil”. Our US troops and allies depended on the Indian 741 to get them in and out of harms way and unfortunately, many of these war horses and their riders didn’t survive their tour of duty. In todays world, the Model 741 military motorcycle is a rare commodity and widely sought after for a number of reasons including military reenactment, D-day memorial celebration rides and filling a missing piece in military displays or collections. The example that we have to offer has obviously seen better days while still showing some of it’s battle scars from its service out on the field as well as battling the elements of time. Some of the extra gear includes a front fork rifle scabbard, ammo box and a nice set of leather saddle bags. This unit is in “rebuilt to ride” condition and would make an excellent bike for display or after a full service, used for a historical vintage rider as well. Selling with a clear Tennessee title.