Board Track Indian

It’s amazing to see how badly banged up these Indians are relative to the total lack of injuries displayed by the men holding them up, I assume they’re the riders but I can’t see so much as a scratch on them. If you look closely at the Indian board tracker second in from the left you’ll notice that the engine is actually bent along with the frame, it takes a very large off to achieve that.

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