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||Proprietor of Classicar
Restoration Ltd, specializing in some pretty amazing sheet metal work
on some pretty fancy cars. Also employs his talents on making Indian sidecar
bodies and restoring Indians. Lives in New Zealand.
||Member of Indian
Motocycles Club France. Went to the 2000 International Indian Rally
in Austria on his Chief and reports on
it in this issue. Lives in France.
||Regular VI columnist and contributor to
magazine. Rides a 101 Scout (and just bought another!).
Lives in New Jersey.
||Cambren joined the "Iron
Butt Association" by going 1000 miles in 24 hours on his 1948 Chief.
Lives in Texas.
||AKA Sitting Duck. Member of Indian
Club GB, and occasional contributor to the VI. Reported on the club's
2000 Summer Rally in this issue. Lives in England.
||Restores Fours and supplies a number of
parts for them (and other models); clutches, leaf spring gaiters and jump
seats among them. Lives in Holland
||Regular contributor of tech
stories and event reports. Owns Liberty
Motorcycle Specialties, dealing exclusively with restoration of antique
American motorcycles, in Lacon, Illinois.
||Dave Clements heads the VI Blueprint
Team, is into 'Sport Scouts and Antique Electronics', as he signs his email.
Lives in New Mexico.
||Proprietor of The
Shop in Ventura California (parts and services for HDs and Indians)
and the man behind the Bonneville record
breaking Chief in this issue. Lives in California.
||AKA Malcolm Brown, builder and rider of
one of the fast 741 racers in Indian Team
NZ. Will be offering free camping for everybody going to the 2001 NZ Rally
in February. Lives in New Zealand.
||Makes gears -and soon pump
bodies too- for the 1948-53 oil pumps, as well as many other neat parts.
Lives in Arizona.
||Designer of the affordable all-purpose
frame for Chief powerplants (there may be a Scout/Warpath
version + other neat things coming). Lives in Washington.
||Red Fred is into Indians in a very big
way, including riding all over the place on them. He reports on this years'
Valley Run in this issue. Lives in (Northern) California.
||Did the magnificent drawings of the 1940
Sport Scout rear frame on this month's Blueprint
page. Lives in Oklahoma.
Indian tanks and Four engines, and has a new website coming in January
(as well as a VI dealer page). Lives in Indiana.
||Wrote both the first VI Road
Test and the first VI Garage Raid in
this issue. Jim also coordinated the VI
T-shirt fund raiser, and is a regular contributor of event and ride
reports (as well as the series on his Sport
Scout restoration). Lives in Maryland.
||Regular contributor of Indian race and
articles. Jim is heavily into racing Sport Scouts but races other Indians
too. Jim won the Boardtrack class at Davenport
two years in a row! Lives in Colorado.
||Well known restorer
and supplier of parts, mainly for 101s, Fours and early models. This issue
has a bunch of reproduction literature and wheel
parts from Jürgen. He lives in Germany.
||Member of Indian
Club GB. Reported on the club's 2000 Summer Rally
in this issue. Lives in England.
||Editor of the Danish Nimbus
club newsletter. Reviewed
the catalog of the "Art of the Motorcycle" exhibition in this issue. Lives
||Father of the Warpath,
the VI casting guru, a man of an extraordinary
number of talents. He also has a cool Chief bobber and lives in Minnesota
||Co-editor of the Danish Nimbus
club newsletter. Trained as an industrial designer and used his training
to build the way cool low-budget Four in this
issue. Lives in Denmark.
||Has been making quality steel fenders
for Indians for years and now makes tanks too, as well as other parts -
mainly for Sport Scouts. Has a new website
and Lives in California.
||Likes fast Sport Scouts and was the victim
of the first VI Garage Raid in this issue.
Matt also made a batch of Bonneville Scout valve lifts.
Lives in Maryland.
||Member of the German (international, actually)
Motocycle Club, likes stroker Scouts
and just got married to Claudia, who also rides
a 741/SS. Lives in Germany.
||Owner of Kiwi
Indian Parts in Riverside, California. Travels extensively with the
Kiwi parts truck all over the USA, and occasionally finds the time to write
for the VI - also about his trips
and coordinator. Has a small bike repair and parts business and does occasional
web design for various businesses and organisations, including Indian
Klub Danmark. Lives in Denmark.
||Top Scout racer and tuner, part of Indian
Team NZ, coordinator of the international race meet at Pukekohe
in February 2001. NZ distributor of King
clutch kits. Lives in New Zealand
||Sent this cool Christmas card
||Rick is into Scouts
and is using a good part of his considerable resources on making new parts
(machining the Warpath engine cases among other things). Lives in Missouri.
||One of the most prolific writers for the
VI magazine and on the mailing list. Stan cranks
out a steady stream of high-class restorations and great
articles. Stan has a website
selling King clutch kits, neon signs and oil filter kits. Lives in Oregon.
||Parts manager at Kiwi
Indian Parts in Riverside, California. Steve organizes the Century
Ride Home charity road run from California to the Wigwam in 2001. Editor
of the Indian Motorcycle Club International newsletter and website.
||Regular VI columnist. Has created
"the thinking man's guide to Indian choppers" with his Choppers
Corner columns in the VI over the last year, and also contributes a
lot of other interesting stories (one on OHV
history and one on eBay this time). Likes Ariels
too and lives in Fiji.
||Member of the extremely active SoCal
AMCA Chapter, and an occasional contributor of ride
stories to the VI. Lives in California.
||Torkel has a correct Indian Chief too
-in addition to his way cool Arctic Rat Chief
in this issue. Lives in Norway.