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Well, yeh i think ive been slacking of on the blog...for about a year...
Although it actually took me a year to finally gather all the parts to make my Indian street legal here in Japan.
You'd be surprised how difficult it is to find parts for a motorcycle made in the 1930s....ok actually you probably wouldn't be surprised at all...
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So yeah, updates...

Well I can't imagine very many are reading this blog, and then even less probably have ever heard of the the motorcycle company "Indian", but for those of you who have, after years of searching for the "right" bike, i finally found my Indian. A 1938 Sport Scout to be exact, totally rebuilt. It had at one point been converted to...
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yurei:
Have you been able to ride it yet?smile
skarje:
The bike arrived about 2 months ago, but its taken me another 2 months to search for and get together the money for all the small parts needed to get it street legal. the speedometer itself is pretty rare and costs about 1800....eeek

ive just been keeping it my garage box thing, and starting the engine every once in a while.whatever

but! ive finally gotten together all the parts and it going into the shop on monday!
hopefully itll be finished and through inspections by the end of the month.

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Not a huge fan of blogs, but thats mostly b/c i write one for work...in japanese...and then theres always the fact that i'm lazy. But, seeing as how there are quite a number of posts saying its a good idea to write a blog so you dont get pigeon-holed as the weird guy nobody knows, i guess i'll write some...
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