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**PLEASE NOTE: The office will be accepting limited orders from July 12 - July 29. We will fully reopen on August 1.**

Welcome! We specialize in reproduction antique motorcycle parts and restoration services. We are dedicated to the preservation of antique motorcycles, focusing on pre-1932 Indian motorcycles. Our customers continue to order from us for our quality products and services.

Our website lists ALL of our items for sale with an easy-to-use shopping cart. Please feel free to set up a user name and password with all of your information to save you time with future orders.

Jen is in the office on Mondays and Thursdays, which is when most orders are processed. We also run farms, so we aren't always able to get back to you the day you order or email. We are closed on Fridays, weekends, and holidays.

New Items

Splitdorf distributor spools now available in bakelite, as original

Mesinger tandem seat frame and saddle, complete

High back short nose seat

Chief wiring harness, 1928-30 (1931 Chief, and 4 cylinder wiring harnesses coming soon)

Hedstrom exhaust valve cover extensions with perforated sleeve 1909-15

Chief intake nuts, late (cad plated)

Hub shell bearing bushing 1931-42

About Your Order

Because we make our products in batches, we cannot guarantee that we will have any particular item in stock at any particular time. We therefore cannot calculate your shipping costs and order total until we check inventory.

ONCE YOU ORDER, we will get back to you within two business days on the availability of the items in your order,  shipping and handling costs, and a PayPal invoice; if you wish to pay another way, you can let us know at that time. The cart says you will pay in the store, but WE WILL CONTACT YOU TO ARRANGE PAYMENT.

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Pictures going in!

The Corbin section was the first to be started, but we'll eventually have them all.


We specialize in pre-1932 Indian motorcycles.
Many other early Marques used Indian type parts - ask if you aren't sure.