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Very Rare Indian Standard scout 750cc 1932 For Sale

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Ad Type For Sale
Category Motorcycles
Make Indian
Model 750cc Standard Scout 1932
Year 1932
Country Netherlands
Region International
Telephone 0031 655 747 521
Status Trade
Ref C1299474
Indian Standard Scout 750cc 1932 very rare model , Indian built them for the Policeforce using the chief frame and the fast 750cc 101 scout engine. very rare model that is not offered often. This is a very orginal one. more information. using the button below price 39950€
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