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Indian 741


Indian 741 and Indian 841 were both military bikes built for use in World War II. The 741 model used Indian's conventional V-twin design, while the 841 had a modified twin and shaft drive intended for desert fighting. Indian's primary machine, the 741, was fitted with a 30.5-cubic-inch flathead V-twin based on the civilian Thirty-fifty model. It had hand-shifted three-speed transmission and foot-operated clutch, standard solution for the day. Harley Davidson WLA was known for better performance, and the 741 for more durability. In army it was used mainly by couriers and scouts.

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