This 1941 Indian Scout 741 is here to have the transmission rebuilt. Simple and rugged, dexterous if I may, this motor bike was built for the Second World War to military specs and performed it’s task admirably! Upon inspection, it was discovered that someone in the distant past welded the front chain sprocket to the main drive gear, making it necessary to replace the entire transmission assembly. The only item not easily located is the lone shift fork, but thankfully it somehow escaped damage, neither bent nor scored!
Ducati’s 916 is my all time favorite motorcycle, even though my old back and wrists can hardly stand to test ride one around the block anymore… I had this one in the shop for a bit of service and installing an original set of Brembo wheels. Truly the absolute most elegant motorcycle ever designed, in my opinion, and still a head turner after 21 years!!
Low Rider. One of the most iconic names in Harley’s sometimes illustrious history!! And easily my favorite of the bikes from York and Milwaukee! This 1983 model is immaculate and nearly identical to what sold right off dealers showrooms thirty-three years ago!! 1340 cc Shovelhead with a 4 speed transmission, belt drive and a kick starter that really works!!