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1933 Indian Four - Classic American Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics Low Storage Rates and Great Move-In Specials! Look no further Everest Self Storage is the place when you’re out of space! Call today or stop by for a tour of our facility! Indoor Parking Available! Ideal for Classic Cars, Motorcycles, ATV’s & Jet Skies. Make your reservation today! 626-288-8182

Four-cylinder motorcycles were a top-end luxury in the 1920s and 30s, and the Indian Four was built as such from 1927 until production ended in 1942.

Four-cylinder motorcycles were a top-end luxury in the 1920s and 30s, and the Indian Four was built as such from 1927 until production ended in 1942.

Bienville Legacy is a Work of American Motorcycle Art [w/ Video]

Bienville Legacy is a Work of American Motorcycle Art [w/ Video]

Mrs. John Lang (her first name is now lost to us) of Connecticut was one of the most accomplished motorcyclist mechanics of her day. Circa 1927. (Image from The American Motorcycle Girls: http://www.amazon.com/The-American-Motorcycle-Girls-Motorcyclists/dp/0981727050/ref=pd_cp_b_3)

Mrs. John Lang (her first name is now lost to us) of Connecticut was one of the most accomplished motorcyclist mechanics of her day. Circa 1927. (Image from The American Motorcycle Girls: http://www.amazon.com/The-American-Motorcycle-Girls-Motorcyclists/dp/0981727050/ref=pd_cp_b_3)

Thor - Thor made parts for many of the early American motorcycle manufacturers, and even a few complete machines as shown here.

Thor - Thor made parts for many of the early American motorcycle manufacturers, and even a few complete machines as shown here.

In 1961, there was nothing on the market quite like the big 648-pound Harley-Davidson FLH. (Story by Margie Siegal, photos by Sedrick Mitchell. Motorcycle Classics, November/December 2014)

In 1961, there was nothing on the market quite like the big 648-pound Harley-Davidson FLH. (Story by Margie Siegal, photos by Sedrick Mitchell. Motorcycle Classics, November/December 2014)

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