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Post Sun Nov 05, 2000 6:10 am

Posts: 540
Location: Kansas City, Mo USofA
I had to jump over to this list for this one... for you with small grandkids (kids???) J.C. Pennys has a little Indian Motorcycle that the kids actually ride. It's a battery operated about like the ones you see in the stores. The add says it's for 55 lbs max weight. It has the indian ft. fender light and all! Runs on a 6 volt battery (included) and has a cataloge price of 54.99. The # xu 653-0381 a. They call it the red rider. No doubt with the skirted fenders and girder ft end it's a little Chief! 800-222-6161. Sorry for crashing the board with advertisment (or spam) but I thought this was worthy of getting out. Back to the flattie board.

Post Sun Nov 05, 2000 9:44 pm

Posts: 233
Location: Ridgefield,Ct 06877
Thanks Hot Rod! You're a great one with tips, this info should make some little kid happy this Christmas.

Post Sun Dec 03, 2000 11:01 pm

Posts: 540
Location: Kansas City, Mo USofA
I picked this thing up today and put it together, man it's cool! Has the proper looking tail light, motolamp, generator belt cover and the heads and primary cover even look authentic! Make a nice garage display even if you don't have the grandkids! It looks like it comes in Red, Green and Black.

Post Mon Mar 19, 2001 3:22 am

Posts: 540
Location: Kansas City, Mo USofA
I just saw somebody on Ebay popped down 152.00 for one!

Post Mon Mar 19, 2001 7:32 am

Posts: 1319
Location: State College, Pa.
Jeeez! Indian? I just got home from the grocery store where I was flippin through some HD type magazine an lo and behold there was this HARLEY DAVIDSON scooter with little itty bitty teeny wheels for sell, like it was the hottest, most needed thing ya gotta have!!!! Sorry if I'm commercializing but this is something that I won't recommend. It's definitly not in my focal point of real motorcycles or motorcycling. I guess its a continuation of all those clothes and gimwads ya gotta buy to be a "real biker" Such the hype. Remember when we had metal toys and OSHA didn't exist?


Post Tue Mar 20, 2001 2:10 am

Posts: 54
Location: cumberland WI USA
I still have a couple of them one is a cast mettal hubbly pan head with rubber wheels to bad i broke one of the handle bars off it.

Post Tue Mar 20, 2001 6:56 am

Posts: 1319
Location: State College, Pa.
The stupid thing I saw was something your supposed to put yer feet on and ride it down a hill!!! I couldn't even imagine doing that to myself. Exploritory dental surgery would seem a far better release for fun.

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