Hecker has been working overtime in his south Germany workshop and, beside
the ACE parts Rohan
reports on, this month he brings us:
New 101 frames. DM2650 ~ US$1325
New early Chief frames. DM2850 ~ US$1450
New Indian Four frames ('29-'35). DM3950
New ACE frames, same price as Indian Four
New complete 101 forks. DM1550 ~ US$775
New early Scout main forks ('22-'24, '25-'27).
DM690 ~ US$355
All US$ prices at the approximate current
Jürgen's frames are identical to the
original frames, but are of course made from much better modern materials.
So who is this Jürgen Hecker anyway?
Well, he is one of the most talented restorers I know; specializing in
101s and fours, and he is totally dedicated to bring us every part we may
need to restore these models. Jürgen runs his business, Hecker 101,
in beautiful southern Germany, where customers from many countries come
to his door with their Indians for restoration. Jürgen currently has
a waiting list of one year for new restorations, which must say something
about the quality of his work. If it doesn't, I personally saw two of his
bikes at a swap meet last year, and they were absolutely beautiful!
Apart from his restoration business, Jürgen
makes all these frames and other parts (there's another selection here,
use your browser's "back" button to get back here).
Jürgen will soon have his own website
online and, I believe, his complete (and it really is complete!) parts
list with prices there. Stay tuned.
Meanwhile Jürgen can be contacted
Phone +49 7072 91 28 58 (dial 011 49 from
Fax +49 7072 91 28 59
Hecker 101 frame detail
Hecker 101 frame
Hecker early Chief frame
Hecker 101 forks
101 frame detail